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of guys don't like him but he's probably the best administrator we could have. I like Joe. " 

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but I'm not a homosexual. I wouldn't join you hunch of queers. The Space 
Age is made up of queers and lesbians. You aren't gay, anyway. You get 
Jesus Christ inside of you and you won't have another gay movement. " 

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May 17,1972 



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"Death in the service of oppression is lighter than a feather: whereas dying for 
freedom, for peace, for decency, for human dignity, is weightier than Mount Tai... 

"Today is Moratorium Day, and all over the country our comrades are thinking of Kent State, the meaning of what 
happened here, and how to go on. " 

George Wald 
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"And that is why, my fellow Americans, tonight I ask for your support of this decision-a decision which has only 
one purpose: not to expand the war, not to escalate the war, but to end this war and to win the kind of peace that 
will last. With God's help, with your support, we will accomplish that great goal." 

Richard M. Nixon, 

explaining his new course in Indochina, 

May 8,1972 



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"It was an individual thing. People felt betrayed, lied 
to, helpless, mad.. ..hell, you wanted to go out and 
kick something. The Eleventh Hour channeled a lot 
of anger into a positive form of protest. At 11 o'clock 
you had to make a decision, you had to move your 
body. You were either for the war or against the war. 
You were either inside... or outside. " 



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May 15, 1972 




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"Received your warm letter where you tell me you wear 
a POW bracelet of my son Jesus Gonzales... 




"This last month they brought a picture of a prisoner and 
we're pretty sure it might be him. We're waiting word 
from Washington to see if it was him or not. If it is him, 
I'll write back with great happiness. " 

Mrs. Ofelia Garcia, 

in a letter, 

June 15, 1972 



"People are getting used to being lied to by the president. Maybe it is a tribute, however, that the president has to 
lie. Think of what it would be like if we were told the truth about what is happening in Vietnam and we accepted it 
without question or without protest... 




"Just as the Vets risked their lives in Vietnam, so too must we make comparable risks. It will take a lot of 
understanding and it will take some suffering, but we must take those risks. " 

Daniel Ellsberg, 
October 4, 1972 



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"We are programmed to hate the people of North Vietnam. We are taught to think of them as the enemy rather 
than as human beings. Because if you think of them as human beings it's a little bit harder to hate them and it's a 
little bit harder for us to kill them... 

"The North Vietnamese can make the distinction between the American people and their government. While we 
drop bombs on them they study our history to try and gain a greater understanding of our way of life. When I 
asked them why they don't hate us they replied, 'If our people ever learn to hate, we are lost. "' 

Jane Fonda, 
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"// my campaign brought the U.S. just one moment closer to peace, then the entire 
effort was worth the sacrifice. " 

George S. McGovern, 

conceding the presidency to Richard Nixon, 

November 7, 1972 



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"Until the Lab Band formed, music students interested in jazz had no place to learn. Now they have a 
musical laboratory to experiment with, try out their own arrangements and help them grow in the area 
they enjoy most. " 

Mrs. Margaret Chmel, 
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would be decided in our game with Kent. " 

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Women 's Lib but the guys seem to like it, 
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da gang bopped ova ta where we was sittin '. Jus ' as 
I was pullin' my smokes outa my shirtsleeve, da 
D.J. started ta spin dis swell platter. So da guys 'n 
me, we grabbed some dolls and sock hopped our 
gams off. It was real coolsville, man. " 

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"The Black poor are very encouraged by the possibility of 
King-Kennedy Center, which woiUd provide them with basic 
services such as recreation, legal aid, medical aid, and tutoring. 
Students have let them down, though, since their contributions 
to Skeels-McElrath fell considerably short of the expected 
amount. The Blacks felt betrayed because time and again now 
Whites have promised to work with them to achieve a common 
goal and just haven 't come through. " 

Reverend William Jacobs, 

Executive Committee member. 

Community Action Council 



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Students complained that administrative activity 
was off-limits. Dr. Olds ' answer-the monthly open 
forum. Student response-150 persons out of a 
possible 20,000 attended the first and last meeting, 
January 20, 1972. 



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"So we went out one day with this red, white, and 
blue paint and we saw these garbage cans that looked 
really cruddy so we painted them and that was our 
fall quarter project. " 

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"It hurts anytime you lose. " 

Don James, 
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For seven hours, 50 skaters 
went around in circles with 
only one 5-minute rest period. 
Why would anyone submit 
himself to the rigors of this 
obvious physical torture? 

"I just did it for the heck of it. " 

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"The purpose of the Faculty Art Show, which is a traditional annual affair, 
is to show the productivity of the art faculty to the entire university 
community. It gives the student a chance to view the type of work his 
professor does which, without this display, he might never see. " 

Leroy Flint, 
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"Space problems, which traditionally haunt those 
who engage in art activities, have been greatly relieved 
since we moved into Phase I of our facilities. In the 
main, it is a highly successful building. " 

Elmer Novotny, 

Chairman, 

School of Art 




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the noise can be heard from one space to another. 



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What do you think of the new Union? 

"It 's a giant pacifier. " 
Sophomore Political Science major 

"It's a lot better than the old one-I'll say that. " 
Junior Business major 

"There 's a lot of wasted space there. " 
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blowin ' through the jasmine in my mind. " 

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What do you say about a 
14-week-old Student Senate that died? 

Karen Czujko, Student Body 
Vice-President, mourned the legislative 
group as "the victims of institutional 
oppression. " 

Student Body President Bob Gage 
charged that the suspension stemmed 
from continual frustration: "What's a 
government if it has nothing to govern? 

"A Student Government can serve 
no important function on this campus 
when that government is vested with little 
legitimate authority. As a sounding board 
for student concerns, a student 
organization has possibilities. As a 
lobbying group, again, a student 
organization has possibilities. But a 
government? Who initiated such a 
facade?" 

In quite the opposite vein, and 
perhaps more representative of the 
opinions of the student body as a whole. 
Senator David Voelker eulogized: 

"I cannot think of a more fitting end 
to a body that never was representative of 
the students. And as far as I can see, the 
void that will now exist in student 
representation will probably be better 
leadership than the irresponsible 
leadership that has all but destroyed any 
progress up to now. " 

And as a STATER editorial asked, 
"Now that this personal battleground for 
senators' opinions is closed, what will 
they do? Who will hear their cries of 
disapproval and resentment toward each 
other?" 

Sunday, January 28, 1973, will be 
logged in the history of Kent State 
University as the day its Student Senate 
voted to suspend all further business, with 
the exception of funding allocations, until 
the end of the academic year. 

The measure was criticized as 
irresponsible by numerous members of 
the university community , but deemed 
the only viable solution to the struggle for 
student autonomy in the eyes of the 
sponsors of the bill, who concluded that 
for the most part, the functions and 
sources of Student Government were 
"meaningless and negligible to the best 
interests of the student body. " 




This question of student control, a 
source of friction between university 
administrators and Student Government 
officials throughout fall and winter 
quarters, climaxed in the controversy over 
insufficient student influence in policy 
decisions affecting the operations of the 
new University Center. 

On January 14, the Senate voted to 
evict three members of Student Group 
Affairs from their offices on the second 
floor of the University Center and allocate 
the space to student organizations. This 
attempt at administrative autonomy set 
off a chain of events which culminated in 
a split between the branches of Student 
Government and the eventual disbanding 
of the Student Senate. 

What had begun as an effort to 
secure more office space in the new center 
for neglected campus organizations, soon 
evolved into a volatile issue of student 
authority in the administration of the 
building itself. 

Later that week, student 
organization leaders, with Karen Czujko 
as their spokeswoman, met with Dr. 
Glenn Olds to propose the formation of a 
policy board to deal with the 
administration of the University Center 
for immediate consideration by the Board 
of Trustees. A decision was demanded by 
the following Wednesday with the 
promise of further action if no answer was 
received by the specified date. 

The question of the possible 
effectiveness of this approach will remain 
unanswered, for in an unexpected breach 
of solidarity. Student Body President 
Gage denounced the "confrontation 
politics" of Czujko and her group and 
proposed a more moderate plan of his 
own to "give the University Center back 
to the students" at a press conference 
held the next day. 

Vice-President Czujko voiced her objection to the proposals, 
which were written without her knowledge, and the secretive manner 
in which they were formulated after the press conference, where she 
had appeared as an unexpected observer. 

"This proposal has gained acceptance by the administration on 
the basis of much work done to raise the issue by many other 
interested and sincerely concerned students, " Czujko said. "I think it 
would be correct to say that many of us feel a strong sense of 
betrayal at this exercise of executive authority. " 

An editorial which appeared in the STATER the following day 
observed that, "it appears now that Gage and Czujko cannot pass and 
catch the same ball with each other and that Student Government, 
misrepresentative and weak that it is, is being internally torn 
apart... Internal strife can defeat many great issues as well as 
governing bodies. " 

The following Sunday the Senate voted almost unanimously to 
suspend business except for funding allocations for the remainder of 
the year. 






Czujko summarized Senate's reasoning saying, "Working within 
Student Government this year we have realized the futility of trying 
to deal with the administration for the benefit of the students, when 
we have no legitimate power base from which to work. " 

Czujko felt that effective student power rested with the support 
and participation of the mass of students on campus--"a thing 
Student Government has miserably failed to achieve. ' Rather than 
uniting as students against the unjust policies of the administration in 
regard to the new Student Union, we fought among ourselves, and 
consequently, being divided against each other, we were each 
conquered separately. We will no longer serve the administration to 
achieve its own end. " 

Gage endorsed the suspension, adding that the efforts of the 
Senate would be rechanneled into other areas. "In the next few 
months, we will investigate new patterns of student association, but 
regardless of what design is selected, the present system will be 
abandoned. This system just can 't work. " 

Student Government, 1973.. .may it rest in peace. 




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Joan Baez. Pickin ' and a-grinnin ' are about the best terms you could use. " 

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"A lot of students don't realize the amount of help 
this office gives. " 

Bruce Harkness, 
dean. 
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"Every administrator feels far removed from the 
students--but I always sit on the students ' side at the 
basketball games. It 's a good chance to meet students 
and it's also cheaper. " 

Dr. Robert J. Alfonso, 

Dean , 

College of Education 



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"Fart? What does that mean?" 
"That's short for far out, man. " 



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erected at Kent State, Youngstown State, and Akron 
University for a new educational television station, 
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for students, but so few came in that I 
discontinued it. Now, when I teach, 
students come in to share my 
references. If they weren't here, I 
wouldn 't be here either. " 

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"/ knew the moment I used the word 'shoot' it was a 
mistake. I sensed this. I may be stupid from time to time, but 
I'm not an insensitive person. The fact that I spoke off the 
cuff about a very critical issue with widespread consequences 
is a tragedy. I fear that this incident has seriously jeopardized 
my relationship with the student body. " 

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"He's great! 

"Everybody should work for Dr. Olds. " 






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Secretary to the President 



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"Prejudice against women is an idea that still 
strikes nearly all men, and I'm afraid most 
women, bizarre. It is the women who can 
bring empathy, tolerance, insight and patience 
and persistence to government-the qualities 
we nave naturally or have had to develop 
because of our suppression by men. " 

Representative Shirley Chisholm 





"/ didn't know nothin' about it. I get out here, and 
here the walk's all clean and I thought to myself: 
Who 's doin ' this now? Can 't be the neighbors because 
they--you know-ha, ha--they ain't that benevolent, 
even though they help you out. I started out by 
walkin' all the way up here, you know, to come to 
the corner here, and shovelled all the way up--up 
here, and finally--ha, ha--Paul told me about it. That 
they, that they done it. I didn't even know they had a 
snow squad, you know. " 

Pop Fisher, 

school crossing guard. 

Main and Depeyster Streets 



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seniors 



Abbott, Jane 
Abdalla, Carmella 





Adamovich, Edward Jr. 
Adams, Cheryl 
Aden, Linda 
Agar, Karen 
Agler, Denise 
Ahmadi, Mohsen 

Aker, Nancy 
Albaugh, Ronald 
Alexander, Dennis 
Alexander, Richard 
Allen, Cynthia 
Allen, John 

Allen, Raymond 
Ambrosio, Lawrence 
Amedeo, Janet 
Amigo, Isabelle 
Anderson, Bonita 
Anderson, Daniel 

Anderson, Kathleen 
Andrason, Theresa 
Andreescu, Dan 
Andres, Tony 
Andrews, Glenn 
Andrews, Margret 

Andrews, Tom 
Antibus, Robert 
Appolito, Pauline 
Archer, David 
Archibald, David 
Arida, Dolores 

Arifian, Janet 
Armstrong, Richard 
Aronson, Ellen 
Ashby, Carol 
Ashleman, Susan 
Auld, Jeffrey 

Avetta, Peter 
Babcock, Larry 
Babcock, William III 
Bacin, Donna 
Badovinac, Judy 
Bair, Judy 

Baker, David 
Baker, James 
Baker, James 
Baker, Lawrence 
Bakes, Michael 
Baling, Ronald 

Ballantine, Kathleen 
Balogh, James 
Bania, Terry 
Banks, Betty 
Banks, James 
Banks, Sharron 



Banovich, Patricia 

Barbour, Joseph 

Barbour, Sally 

Barlow, Deborah 

Barlow, George 

Barnes, Ellen 

Barone, Donna 

Barr, Mary 

B arren, Barbara 

Barrett, Christine 

Barrett, David 

Barrett, Timothy 

Barthel, Patrick 

Battle, Arthur 

Battung, Jill 

Bauer, Marilynn 

Bayer, Donald 

Beale, Rita 

Beck, Vicki 

Becka, James 

Becker, Bonnie Lee 

Becker, Joseph 

Bednivarczyk, Ted 

Beer, Edward 

Begalla, Pauletta 

Belaney , Dave 

Bell, Bernice 

Bell, Judith 

Bell, Larry 

Bell, Phoebe 

Bell, Robert 

Bell, Terry 

Bennett, Raul 

Benz, Richard 

Berg, M ary 

Berger, Wenda 

Berkowitz, Deanna 

Bernel, Bruce 

Bernhardy, Paul 

Beskid, Susan 

Betegh, Nicolas 

Bickerton, Debra 

Biehl, Donna 

Bielaski, Susan 

Biervt, Patricia 

Biggs, Janeth 

Bigham, Douglas 

Bigler, Janet 

Binder, Nancy 

Binns, Steven 

Bious, Carol 

Birath, Karen 

Bischoff, Becky 

Bisciotti, Lora 





Bishop, Joseph 
Bissett, Maureta 
Bistarkey, Linda 
Biviano, Donna 
Blair, Richard 
Blake, LaGreta 

Bleick, Karen 
Bleshman, Andree 
Blocher, John 
Blubaugh, Bernard 
Bluhm, Kevin 
Blum, Harold 

Bobby, Mary Lynn 
Bobulinski, Stephen 
Bodnar, Lydia 
Boehm, Eloise 
Bogden, Judith 
Bohyer, Thomas 

Bomar, David 
Bomar, Horace 
Boncaldo, Donna 
Bond, Bobbi 
Bonifield, Nancy 
Bonner, John 

Bontrager, Alice 
Borbet, Stephen 
Borisuk, Fred 
Boron, Barbara 
Borsz, Robert 
Borton, Keith 

Boswell, Helen 
Boswell, Walter 
Bowen, Diane 
Bowen, Gary 
Bower, Susan 
Bowling, Janet 

Bowman, Steven 
Boyce, Sue 
Boyd, Steve 
Brady, Candace 
Brancato, Mary Ann 
Brandy, Pamela 

Braun, Janice 
Bray, William 
Brayman, Bevera 
Brdar, Sara 
Bream, Bruce 
Brenders, Kathy 

Brenner, Janet 
Brethaver, Karen 
Brett, Kerry 
Bridges, Norma 
Bright, Lory 
Brisky, Robert 



Brodsky, Cind> 

Broskie, Bernadine 

Brown, Celeste 

Brown, Georgette 

Brown, Karen 

Brown, Margaret 

Brown, Richard 

Brown, Sue 

Brown, Thomas 

Broz, Carol 

Brozman, Frank 

Brumbaugh, Barbara 

Brunell, Thomas 

Bryant, Sheryl 

Bryson, Kathleen 

Bucher, Rebecca 

Buchheit, Richard 

Buckosh, Clifford 

Budd, David 
Buehler, Susan 
Buerman, Tom 
Buganski, Bert 
Bulgrin, Janet 
Burcl, Edward 

Burgner, Tim 

Burke, Paul 

Burns, Jack 

Burns, Janet 

Burnsworth, James 

Burriesci, David 

Bury, Kathy 

Bury, Patricia 

Bushway, Barbara 

Buss, Karen 

Butcher, Mary Lou 

Butchko, Thomas 

Butler, Ernest 

Butts, James 

Bydash, Robert 

Byerley, Keith 

Byers, Theodore 

Cable, Donald 

Cady, Priscilla 

Calderhead, Pamela 

Calhoun, Terry 

Call, Suzanne 

Camp, Cynthia 

Campbell, Carol 

Campbell, Susan 

Candalisa, Lelia 

Cantwell, Susan 

Capestrain, Diana 

Carlson, Buddy 

Carlson, Dyan 





Carlton, Lucinda 
Carlton, Richard 
Carman, Catherine 
Carmola, Patricia 
Carnahan, Elaine 
Carpenter, Barbara 

Carr, Mary 
Carter, Charles 
Carter, LaVeria 
Casey, Mike 
Castanien, Belinda 
Caswell, Glenn 

Catchpole, Debora 
Catterson, Gary 
Cavanaugh, Thomas 
Cavill, Sheridan 
Cebula, Susan 
Cellitti, Betty 

Cellura, Marte 
Celmer, Mary 
Cerbo, Christine 
Chaplin, Thomas 
Chappie, Betsy 
Chappo, Mike 

Charnovic, Frank 
Charton, Carol 
Chase, Gretchen 
Chernys, Leonard 
Chilkowski, Paula 
Chiviles, Valorie 

Christ, Margo 
Christman, John 
Ciaccia, James 
Ciancette, Sharon 
Cifani, Anthony 
Cimadevilla, Marsha 

Clarey, Donna 
Clark, Brian 
Clark, Carol 
Clark, James 
Clark, Marian 
Clark, Rosalyn 

Clark, Susan 
Clarke, Kathy 
Clarke, Kyle 
Clay, Rebecca 
Clemens, Raymond 
Clemente, Barbara 

Cline, Kevin 
Clinger, Laura 
Clutter, Edward 
Cohen, Michelle 
Cohen, Rosanne 
Cole, Jean 



Brodsky, Cindy 

Broskie, Bernadine 

Brown, Celeste 

Brown, Georgette 

Brown, Karen 

Brown, Margaret 

Brown, Richard 

Brown, Sue 

Brown, Thomas 

Broz, Carol 

Brozman, Frank 

Brumbaugh, Barbara 

Brunell, Thomas 

Bryant, Sheryl 

Bryson, Kathleen 

Bucher, Rebecca 

Buchheit, Richard 

Buckosh, Clifford 

Budd, David 
Buehler, Susan 
Buerman, Tom 
Buganski, Bert 
Bulgrin, Janet 
Burcl, Edward 

Burgner, Tim 

Burke, Paul 

Burns, Jack 

Burns, Janet 

Burnsworth, James 

Burriesci, David 

Bury, Kathy 

Bury, Patricia 

Bushway, Barbara 

Buss, Karen 

Butcher, Mary Lou 

Butchko, Thomas 

Butler, Ernest 

Butts, James 

Bydash, Robert 

Byerley, Keith 

Byers, Theodore 

Cable, Donald 

Cady, Priscilla 

Calderhead, Pamela 

Calhoun, Terry 

Call, Suzanne 

Camp, Cynthia 

Campbell, Carol 

Campbell, Susan 

Candalisa, Lelia 

Cantwell, Susan 

Capestrain, Diana 

Carlson, Buddy 

Carlson, Dyan 





Carlton, Lucinda 
Carlton, Richard 
Carman, Catherine 
Carmola, Patricia 
Carnahan, Elaine 
Carpenter, Barbara 

Carr, Mary 
Carter, Charles 
Carter, LaVeria 
Casey, Mike 
Castanien, Belinda 
Caswell, Glenn 

Catchpole, Debora 
Catterson, Gary 
Cavanaugh, Thomas 
Cavill, Sheridan 
Cebula, Susan 
Cellitti, Betty 

Cellura, Marte 
Celmer, Mary 
Cerbo, Christine 
Chaplin, Thomas 
Chappie, Betsy 
Chappo, Mike 

Charnovic, Frank 
Charton, Carol 
Chase, Gretchen 
Chernys, Leonard 
Chilkowski, Paula 
Chiviles, Valorie 

Christ, Margo 
Christman, John 
Ciaccia, James 
Ciancette, Sharon 
Cifani, Anthony 
Cimadevilla, Marsha 

Clarey, Donna 
Clark, Brian 
Clark, Carol 
Clark, James 
Clark, Marian 
Clark, Rosalyn 

Clark, Susan 
Clarke, Kathy 
Clarke, Kyle 
Clay, Rebecca 
Clemens, Raymond 
Clemente, Barbara 

Cline, Kevin 
dinger, Laura 
Clutter, Edward 
Cohen, Michelle 
Cohen, Rosanne 
Cole, Jean 



Coleman, Linda 

Collette, Rene 

Colosetti, John 

Coloston, Oretha 

Comanita, Virginia 

Comstock, Joyce 

Conrad, Ann 

Coneglio, Vince 

Coniglio, Geraldine 

Conklin, Karen 

Connelly, Cathleen 

Connelly, Cathy 

Connor, Nancy 

Connor, Veta 

Connors, James 

Conrad, Sharon 

Conway, Nora 

Cooke, Sharon 

Cookro, Terry 

Cooley, Sherry 

Cooper, Jonnie 

Cooper, Kathy 

Cope, James 

Copeland, Jennifer 

Corbett, Carol 

Corbin, Georgette 

Corbith, Theresa 

Corliss, Jack 

Corso, Maria 

Costa, M adeline 

Cotterman, Cindy 

Cottingham, Mozella 

Cotton, Diane 

Counselman, Patricia 

Cox, Clyde 

Craig, Keith 

Crane, John 

Crates, Vicki 

Cravetz, Amy 

Criswell, Phyllis 

Crocker, Nancy 

Crombine, Bene 

Croskey, Frank 

Cross, Bert 

Cross, Gregory 

Cross, Naomi 

Crolich, K enyon 

Crowe, M arcia 

Crum, Cecilia 

Crump, Sarah 

Crysler, William 

Cuddy, Christine 

Culp, Nancy 

Cupp, Richard 






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Custer, Linda 
Czatt, Steven 
Czompoly, Cynthia 
Daetwyler, Hope 
Daffner, Jack 
Dahl, Patricia 

Dailey, Mary 
Daines, Lisa 
Dalcolma, Evelyn 
Dalcolma, Thomas 
D'Alessandro, Don 
D'Alessandro, James 

D'Alessandro, Rosamaria 
Damman, Barbara 
Danes, Charlotte 
Daniels, Cynthia 
Daniels, Doria 
Dapper, Joan 

Darby, Bruce 
Darland, Marsha 
Dauper, Dennis 
Davanzo, Michael 
Davenport, Gary 
David, Andrea 

Davidson, Barbara 
Davies, Diane 
Davis, Barbara 
Davis, Barbara 
Davis, Brenda 
Davis, Cathy 

Davis, Laura 
Dean, Linda 
Dechich, James 
Decker, Suzanne 
DeClark, Daniel 
DeCorte, Margaret 

Deegan, Daniel 
Deibel, Denny 
Deitrich, Lamar 
Dell'Antonio, Jacqueline 
DelRegno, John 
Dennis, Marian 

Denton, Deborah 
Denton, William 
DeTomaso, Mary Jean 
Dettmer, Tim 
DeVaul, Kathy 
DeVille, Gayle 

Dey, Susan 
Dickinson, Sandra 
Dickinson, Steven 
Dienst, Barbara 
Dienst, John 
Dietz, Ratmond 



DiFranco, Gwendolyn 

DiMacchia, Timothy 

DiMarco, Dominic 

Dimitruk, Pamela 

Dineen, Kathleen 

DiPaoIa, Paggy 

DiRenzo, Patricia 
Dishong, Kathryn 
Disney, Timothy 
Ditch, James 
Divis, Timothy 
Dobre, Jonathon 

Dobrzeniecki, James 

Dockus, Dianne 

Doi, M arlene 

Dolce, Deborah 

Dolmas, Carole 

Dolney , Dan 

Dombos, Gloria 

Donate, Fred 

Dooling, Adele 

Dorko, Christine 

Dorries, Stacie 

Dorsey, Clyde 

Dotson, LaVerne 
Dourm, Bonnie 
Douthitt, Linda 

Dowdell, Joseph 
Dowdell, Susan 

Downard, Gerald 

Downs, Barant 

Dozier, Jacqueline 

Draper, Willis 

Dratwa, Edward 

Dreher, Philip 

Drews, Cheryl 

Driever, Christine 

Driscoll, Patricia 

Drotleff, Cynthia 

Drozdalski, William 

Duisik, Jeffrey 

Dunas, Christian 

Dunbar, Ellen 

Duncan, Donna 

Dundore, D wight 

Dunlavy , Dennis 

Dunn, Kathryn 

Durban, M arilyn 

Durica, Judi 

Duricky, Jeffery 

Dustman, Carol 

Dye, Hester 

Dye, Teresa 

Eastman, Dale 





Eastman, Thomas 
Eberhardt, Jane 
Ebie, Anne 
Echelberger, Peggy 
Eckroate, Norma 
Edelstein, Barry 

Eder, Edward 
Edmunds, Deborah 
Edwards, Joel 
Edwards, Kaneta 
Egekeze, John 
Eldridge, Chris 

Ellinger, David 
Ellsworth, Mary 
Eltzroth, Dan 
Emmelhaine, Debra 
Emmets, Cynthia 
English, Loy 

Engstrom, Geneva 
Erdy, Sondra 
Erickson, William 
Eshelman, Julie 
Esworthy, Rebecca 
Etcher, Patricia 

Etling, Cindy 
Eubanks, Kent 
Euhanks, Shirley 
Euse, Stephen 
Everett, Mindy 
Fails, Robert 

Fanning, Patrick 
Fansler, Linda 
Farrell, Richard 
Fassbender, Judith 
Fatla, Sheryl 
Faulkner, George 

Faulkner, Robert 
Fearon, Mary Anne 
Fehr, Michael 
Feick, John 
Fenske, Douglas 
Ferris, Patricia 

Fialko, Donna 
Fialkow, Stuart 
Fillmore, Susan 
Findlay, William Jr. 
Fine, Audrey 
Finney, Angela 

Fischlin, Eloise 
Fisher, Beryl 
Fisher, Gregory 
Fisher, William 
Fisk, Mary 
Fitz, Marjorie 



Gould, Janelle 

Grabowski, James 

Grace, Paul 

Graff, William 

Graham, Cheryl 

Graham , Joyce 

Gramc, John 

Grancey , Donna 

Grande, Thomas 

Granger, Peggy 

Gravely, Melvin 

Gray, David 

Gray, Richard 

Gregory, Lynn 

Grenda, Paul 

Gressard, G wen 

Gressock, Dennis 

Grice, Janet 

Griffin, Michael 

Grobelny, Wally 

Groch, Henry 

Groh, Carol 

Gross, M arlene 

Gruneisen, Roberta 

Gruskiewicz, Arthur 

Guenther, Walter 

Gustetic, Jan 

Gute, Sharon 

Guthrie, Diana 

Guzaliskas, Frank 

Guzzo, Anthony 

Hass, Carolyn 

Hass, Linda 

Hass, Linda 

Hasse, Nickolette 

Hachtel, Sally 

Hackman, Richard 

Hackney, Sandra 

Hadd, Dennis 

Haddad, Sam 

Haffer, Joyce 

Hageman, Paul 

Haidet, George 

Halkovics, Raymond 

Halloran, Richard 

Halvorsen, Linda 

Hamilton, Linda 

Hanks, James 

Hannon, Ratmond 

Hanzlian, Christine 

Hardesty, James 

H ardwick, James 

Hardy, Wendy 

Hargrove, Sandra 





Harl, Barbara 
Harmon, Paul 
Harrington, Elisabeth 
Harris, Amy 
Harris, Fate 
Harris, Mark 

Harris, Thelma 
Harrison, Amy 
Harrison, Louis 
Harrison, Sheilah 
Harvey, Lynda 
Hatala, Thomas 

Hatcher, Thomas 
Hatter, Jan 
Hawk, Linda 
Hawkins, Douglass 
Hayes, Eleanor 
Hayes, Kathy 

Hays, Mary 
Heard, Saralyn 
Hearn, Doeorah 
Heath, Linda 
Heifner, Christine 
Heim, Margaret 

Heinisch, Charleen 
Heinlein, Karen 
Heino, Margaret 
Heintz, Deborah 
Helminiak, Debbie 
Helms, Donna 

Hemperly, Nancy 
Hemphill, Charles 
Hendrickson, Debby 
Hennings, Linda 
Henry, Karen 
Henry, Roxanne 

Herbkersman, Clifford 
Heritage, Dennis 
Hershberger, Margaret 
Hershey, Paula 
Herskowitz, Dava 
Hess, James Jr. 

Hesseman, JoAnn 
Hewer, Barbara 
Hewit, Richard 
Hill, Janet 
Hille, Karen 
Hines, Bruce 

Hinzel, David 
Hirsh, Ernest 
Hisrich, Mary 
Hoefler, Robert 
Hoffman, Jeffrey 
Hoffman, John 



Hoffman, Kim 

Holden, Cathy 

Holenchak, Carol 

Holl, Jack 

Holliday, Christine 

Holloway, Charlene 

Holmes, Dana 

Holmes, Gayle 

Holmes, Janet 

Holmes, Kathryn 

Hooper, Sherry 

Hoover, Barbara 

Hoover, Elizabeth 

Hoover, Paul 

Hoover, Ronald 

Horace, Gracella 

Horan, David 

Horchler, Donn 

Horley, Ralph 

Horodysky, Zynovy 

Horowitz, Sheila 

Horvath, Margaret 

Horvath, Walter 

Hosfelo, Pamela 

Hothem, Vicki 

Howes, M ark 

Hubbard, Stanley 

Huber, April 

Hudak, James 

Hudec, Robert 

Hudson, MaryLou 

H udson, Phillip 

Huebing, Roberta 

Hufstster, Kenneth 

Hunkler, Margaret 

Hunter, Dale 

Hursh, Fred 

Hurton, Ruth 

Husack, Shirley 

Hutko, Diane 

Huttlin, Paul 

Hyla, Elaine 

Hyland, Catherine 

Hyslop, Carol 

Indermill, David 

Ingraham, Ted 

Izienicki, Theresa 

Jack, Barbara 

Jack, Jeffrey 

Jackson, Karen 

Jackson, Miriam 

Jagunic, Dan 
J alovec, Janice 
James, Thomas 





Jamison, Mary 
Janecek, Lynne 
Janiga, Jackie 
Janke, Sherri Ann 
Janosik, Albert 
Jarvis, Linda 

Jason, Joann 
Jewell, Deborah 
Jewell, John 
Johansen, Ruth 
Johng, DuSik 
Johnson, Alex 

Johnson, Betty 
Johnson, Clifford 
Johnson, David 
Johnson, Diane 
Johnson, Richard 
Johnson, Robert 

Johnston, Nanci 
Jones, Alcillia 
Jones, Audrey 
Jones, Byron 
Jones, Christopher 
Jones, Richard 

Joyce, Anna Lee 
Joyce, Dana 
Juniper, Suzanne 
Junker, Jeanne 
Junkins, Linda 
Jursinski, Kenneth 

Jursinski, Kevin 
Kalan, Leslie 
Kalnitzky, Michael 
Kamm, Frank 
Kamp, Ronald 
Kan, Martha 

Kane, Sharon 
Kangas, Terttu 
Kapitan, John Jr. 
Kapron, Susan 
Karmia, Tina 
Karoly, John 

Kattas, Jan 
Katz, Elizabeth 
Katz, Vivian 
Kaufman, Edward 
Kaufman, Gloria 
Kay, David 

Kaye, Steven 
Kazel, Anthony 
Keane, Patricia 
Keaton, Loras 
Keener, Emmett Jr. 
Kefgen, Kathleen 



Kegg, Kathryn 
Kehner, Chris 
Keil, John 
Kekio, Terry 
Keller, Laura 
Kelley, Laura 

Kelps, Kathleen 

Kelsey, Linda 

Keltz, Daryl 

Kemmerling, Linda 

Kennedy, David 

Kennihan, Regis 

Kent, Don 

Kenyatta, Sonji 

Kerns, Karen 

Kerns, Patricia 

Kessel,. James 

Kessinger, Judith 

Kessinger, Larry 

Kessler, Karl 

Ketchman, Victor 

Ketterman, Robert 

Keysor, Vicki 

Kiczek, Tessie 

Kiefer, Deborah 

Kienzle, Kay 

K iko, M argaret 

Kilkenny, Audrey 

Kim, Yoosoon 

Kimi, Jack 

Kimmel, Kyle 

King, Cheryl 

King, M ary Lou 

King, Michael 

Kinsella, Candace 

Kinsella, Patrick 

Kintner, Bruce 

Kintner, Deborah 

Kiraly , Betty Ann 

Kiraly , Kathleen 

Kirk, Allen 

Kirk, Christopher 

Kirk, David 

Kirkland, Aldren 

Kirkpatrick, Gina 

Kirksey, Sanford Jr. 

Kleeh, David 

Klein, Ellen 

Klie, Melinda 

Klimkewicz, David 

Kline, Thomas 

Klingensmith, Margaret 

Klingensmith, Marilyn 

Klopp, Peter 





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Klos, Oksana 
Klouda, Kathleen 
Klucher, Marilyn 
Knapp, Kathleen 
Kneale, Patricia 
Knisely, Patricia 

Knopp, Nancy 
Knotts, David 
Knowlton, Shirley 
Koba, Kristine 
Koch, Katherine 
Kocinski, Patricia 

Koehn, Calvin 
Koelbl, Barbara 
Koestel, Linda 
Kohler, Nora 
Kohler, Susan 
Kolar, William 

Kolp, Cathy 
Koncal, Christine 
Konchar, Claudia 
Kopenits, Michael 
Kost, Denise 
Kostbar, Jeffrey 

Kotler, Sherry 
Kouski, Thomas 
Kovacik, Katharine 
Kovacik, Patricia 
Kowalski, Bonnie 
Kozack, Susenne 

Kramer, Berri 
Kramer, Nancy 
Krane, Jerald 
Kraus, Keith 
Krause, Janet 
Krause, Susan 

Kremer, Robert 
Krenz, Nehhi 
Kridler, Beverly 
Kridler, Carol 
Krieger, Jacqueline 
Krizan, Dan 

Kroman, William 
Kruczek, Christine 
Krumel, Jane 
Kruse, Jane 
Krysiak, Gary 
Kucek, Joseph 

Kuceyeski, Ray 
Kuhl, Barbara 
Kujava, Kathleen 
Kukowski, Diane 
Kumin, Gerson 
Kurtz, Beverly 



Kus, Steven 

Kuula, Marty 

Lamm, Mark 

Lamorte, Anthony 

Lander, Beth 

Landow, Jo 

Landry, Alice 

Laney, Maureen 

Lann, Cheryl 

Lanphear, Kristine 

Lansden, Janet 

Lantz, Patricia 

Lash, Karen 

Lasson, Stephanie 

Lavle, M ary Kay 

Laviola, Mary Kaye 

Lawrence, Holly 

Lawrence, Susan 

Laycock, Rebecca 

Lee, Donald 

Lee, Ernestine 

Lee, Sandra 

Leemhuis, Jeffrey 

Lefferts, Dale 

Ledgerwood, John 

Lehman, Cathy 

Lehman, Marti 

Leimsieder, Murray 

Lenarcic, Kathleen 

Lenox , Genevieve 

Leonard, Jeanne 

Leonard, M ae 

Lentz, Belinda 

Lesniak, Rosemary 

Levicky , Thomas 

Levine, Jim 

Levinson, Mildred 

Levitt, Ellen 

Levkulich, Donna 

Liber, Jeffrey 

Liberatore, Melody 

Liddell, Sandra 

Lieser, M arian 

Lightbody, Joan 

Line, Richard 

Linderman, Lois 

Linger, M arlin 

Linkenhoker, Denise 

Linna, Pirkko 

Lishchuk, George 

Listen, Larry 

Litch, William 

Little, David 

Litz, Celeste 





Livergood, Cheryl 
Lobaugh, Debbie 
Loch, Melinda 
Lockyer, Richard 
Lodge, Marcia 
Lodico, Michelle 

Loeb, Larry 
Loitz, Angela 
London, Sheila 
Long, Douglas 
Long, Richard 
Long, Sally 

Longsworth, Carol 
Loomis, Larry 
Lopes, Anaide 
Lovelady, Dane 
Lovell, Richard 
Lowell, Thomas 

Lowery, Judy 
Lowery, Steven 
LuBarsky, Edward 
Lublin, Wendy 
Luczak, Judith 
Ludlum, Patricia 

Luecke, M argaret 
Luginbill, Leslee 
Luhta, Dave 
Lukas, L. 
Lukas, Ula 
Lukianowicz, Anthony 

Lumsden, Jack 
Lundgard, Donald 
Lunney, Richard 
Lupi, Mary A nn 
Lupson, William 
Lutz, Susan 

Lutz, William Jr. 
Luzio, Suzanne 
Lyndes, Gerald 
Lyons, Robert Jr. 
Lysle, Thomas Jr. 
McAdoo, Sheila 

McCarihan, Doug 
McCartney, Debra 
McCauslin, M ary 
McClenaghan, Kathryn 
McCloud, Jane 
McCloud, Robert 

McCluggage, Kenneth 
McColgan, Trudy 
McCoy, Willie 
McCullough, Michael 
McCurdy, Elizabeth 
McCune, Holly 



McCutchan, Carol 

McDermott, Daniel 

McDermott, Michael 

McDermott, Thomas 

McDonald, Charles 

McEvoy , Robert 

McFarren, Marianne 

McFerren, Patricia 

McGeary, Maureen 

McGeoch, Elizabeth 

McGilvray, Barbara 

M cGowan, Elaine 

McGregor, Cathy 

McGuire, Patricia 

McLaughlin, Charles 

McLaughlin, Joyce 

McLaughlin, Nancy 

McLean, Gardner Jr. 

McMahon, Patrick 

McMahon, Patrick 

McMannis, JoAnn 

M cMannis, Linda 

McMillin, Leah 

M cM illen, M ary 

M cnair, Shirley 

M cNeal, Susan 

McNees, Diana 

McNeill, Paul 

McQuiston, Susan 

M cVay , Don 

McWilliams, Beverly 

Mack, Garth 

Mack, Garland 

M adaras, James 

M adden, Ned 

Madej, Vicki Ann 

M ader, Gary 

Maedeker, M ark 

Mahana, M arily n 

Malesky , James 

M ako, Karen 

Malkin, Richard 

Malone, Pam 

Mandau, Linda 

Mandula, Sandor 

Mangan, Coleen 

Mankowski, Henry 

Manning, Melvin 

Mansfield, Richard 

Manuel, Donald 

Manwaring, Marcia 

Marcinko, Steven 

Marguard, Ann 

Marini, Linda 





Marini, Patricia 
Markowich, Joan 
Markuszka, Nancy 
Marguard, Gail 
Marrone, Anita 
Marsh, Sandra 

Martell, Michael 
Martellucci, Joseph 
Martin, Hoson 
Martin, William 
M artis, M arilyn 
Marton, Rose 

Massey , Theresa 
Massie, Susan 
Masson, M arjorie 
Mastrangelo, Patrick 
M atacic, John 
Matanick, David 

Matasy, Marsha 
Matchett, Robin 
Mate, Cornelia 
Mate, Stephen 
Mates, Randy 
Mathias, Dianne 

Matthews, Lenora 
Matticola, Joe 
Mattioli, Janet 
Matuska, Joanne 
Maxwell, Patricia 
May, Connie 

May, James 
Maydak, Cornel 
Mazurkiewicz, Linda 
Mazzola, Sally 
Meden, Robert 
Meechan, James 

Meese, Terry 
Meier, Jodell 
Meilander, Gail 
Mejac, Raymond 
Mello, Mary Lou 
Melzer, Patricia 

Menapace, Janice 
Mengel, Barbara 
Mercina, K aren 
Mervar, Thomas 
Messuri, JoAnn 
Mettler, Gretchen 

Mezquita, Carmela 
Michaels, Thomas 
Michalak, Marcia 
Michnay, Bonnie 
Mierzejewski, Rose Marie 
Migdal, Andrea 



Mihal, Peter 

Mikes, Lonny 

Miklacic, JoAnn 

Milbauer, Steven 

Mildenberger, Marcia 

Mileti, Mary 

Miller, Alexa 

Miller, Cynthia 

Miller, Debbie 

Miller, Debra 

Miller, Dree 

Miller, Eric 

Miller, Jack 

Miller, Judith 

Miller, Katharine 

Miller, Michael 

Miller, Pamela 

Miller, Richard 

Miller, Robert 
Miller, Sandra 
Miller, Vodrey 
M inarcik, Kathi 
Minichiello, Patricia 
M inick, Karen 

M innich, Diane 

M intus, Vincent 

Mintz, Robert 

M ire, John 

Mitchell, Neil 

Mitchell, Wanda 

Mitz, Richard 

Mlack, Virginia 

Moczulski, Lawrence 

M oes, Robert 

M ohler, Robert 

Molina, Robert 

Molnar, Joseph 

Mooney, Robert 

Moore, Deborah 

Moore, Edmund 

Moore, John 

Moore, Karen 

M oore, Lonnie 
Moore, M ary 

Moran, Debbie 

Moran, John 

Morgan, Nur 

Moriarty , Kevin 

M oritz, David 
Morningstar, Jean 

Morris, James 
Morrissey, Diane 
Morrow, William 
Morton, Cynthia 





Mouchan, Lida 
Moyer, Jane 
Mozingo, Susan 
Mraz, Val 
Mrugala, Francine 
Muccio, John 

Muck, N orine 
Muller, Brien 
Mullet, Walter 
Mumaw, Joanne 
Mundy, Mary Jean 
Muniz, Stephen 

Murdock, Deborah 
Murdock, Douglas 
Murphy, Beverly 
Murphy, Mary 
M urray , Kay 
Murray, Linda 

Murrey, Jeff 
Murvay, Juliana 
Muzevich, William 
Myers, Bonnie 
Myers, Dennis 
Myers, Janet 

Myers, Joseph 
Myers, Joseph 
Mysza, Robert 
Nabil, Philip 
Nadiak, Phillip 
Nageotte, Richard 

Nagle, Debra 
Nakonezny, Christine 
Nalle, M argaret 
Napoli, Michael 
Naukam , David 
Navar, Mary Lynn 

Nedley, Charlotte 
Needham, Jeane 
Negrelli, Gerald 
Negrey, Dennis 
Nehilla, Mark 
Neighbor, Daniel 

Neithamer, Terry 
Nejman, Janice 
Nelson, John 
Nelson, Phillip 
Nemeth, M ary Jo 
Nemoto, Shigeru 

Nenonen, William 
Neufeld, Sandra 
Neuman, Thomas 
Newberry, Susan 
Nicastro, Jane 
Nicholson, Harry 



Nickel, Caro 

Nickey, Don 

Nied, Ronald 

Noakes, Pamela 

Noll, Robert 

Notarianni, Margaret 

Nykolyshyn, Roman 

Nykula, Valerie 

Oakman, Irene 

Oberlin, Robert 

O'Connell, Colleen 

Oden, Richard 

O'Donnell, Maureen 

Oeffner, James 

Oesch, Eugene 

Ogan, James 

Ogle, Elizabeth 

Ogunseye, Crispin 

Olah, Andy 

Olds, Lynette 

Olex, Tomi 

Oneal, Kathleen 

Orashan, Allen 

Orley, Charles 

Orr, Bonnie 

Ostrowski, Ly nne 

O'Toole, Cathy 

Overcasher, Ned 

Overhalt, Alice 

Overman, Tom 

Owens, Jean 

Pack, Christine 

Palazzo, Jean 

Palmer, Nancy 

Palmer, Richard 

Paparone, Christine 

Papczun, William 
Paris, Heather 
Paris, M arjorie 
Parks, Robert 
Parsons, Joan 
Partyka, Diane 

Pasha, Kathi 

Pasquale, Lawrence 

Pastor, Joelen 

Pastorelle, Dennis 

Patterson, Deborah 

Patterson, Fred 

Patterson, Karen 

Patz, Kathy 

Paul, Timothy 

Pauley, Ronald 

Paulin, Marsha 

Pavlov, Deborah 





Pawlikowski, Thalia 
Payer, Brenda 
Payne, John 
Peabody, Robert 
Peach, Clifford 
Pearce, Dana 

Pearson, Karen 
Pechura, Paula 
Pederson, Terry 
Pegorsch, Cathy 
Peigowski, Gloria 
Peklay, Bonnie 

Pelham, Brenda 
Pelton, Jane 
Pendrey , Diane 
Penoyer, William 
Perrine, Jean 
Perry, Patricia 

Perry, Rudolph Jr. 
Peters, Janice 
Petersen, Carol 
Petersheim, Sarah 
Peterson, Cheryl 
Peterson, Gail 

Peterson, Kenneth 
Peterson, Patricia 
Petit, Thomas 
Petroli, Brenda 
Petros, Ragina 
Phelan, Patricia 

Phelps, Yvonne 
Phillips, Thomas 
Phipps, Robert 
Pickard, Kathie 
Pierce, Michael 
Pifer, David 

Pilch, Rosemary 
Pillar, Mary 
Pincombe, Warren 
Pinkerton, James 
Pinnow, Maycel 
Pisciotta, Pam 

Pisula, James Jr. 
Pitts, Tim 
Piatt, Wanda 
Plazhk, John 
Plummer, Mary Beth 
Pollock, David 

Ponting, Harry 
Pope, Laurie 
Popil, Rita 
Poshedly , Ken 
Post, Richard 
Potisuk, Ruth 



Pottmeyer, John 

Poutasse, Ann 

Povirk, Katherine 

Powell, Dale 

Powell, Ron 

Power, Patricia 

Prayzer, Bernice 

Price, Joel 

Price, Ruth 

Primous, Gloria 

Prisbylla, Thomas 

Proudfoot, Marcy 

Puffenberger, Jack 

Purton, James 

Putinski, Marcianne 

Puto, Chris 

Pyles, Kevin 

Quayle, Nancy 

Quinn, Patricia 

Rabell, Ginnie 

Radey , Kathleen 

Radich, Susan 

Radinsky, Carol 

Radke, Jean 

Rahal, Linda 

Rakuskin, Allene 

Rail, Sherri 

Rampe, James 

Ramsey, John 

Ramsey, Raymond 

Randalson, Cora 

Rankin, Park 

Rapaport, Sharon 

Ratliff, Judson 

Ray, Lynn 

Ray , M arily n 

Raynor, Carol 

Real, Terrence 

Reaves, Judy 

Reechiuti, Jeffrey 

Reddick, Mary 

Reder, Henry 

Redmond, Rebecca 

Reed, Alan 

Reed, Joyce 

Reed, Nancy 

Reeder, Carol 

Rees, John 

Reese, Randy 

Reeves, Joyce 

Rein, Dennis 

Reiss, Paul 

Reitberger, Elaine 

Reitberger, Fred 





Reiter, Deborah 
Renkel, Richard 
Repp, Mary 
Reynolds, David 
Reynolds, Suzanne 
Rice, Carol 

Richards, Bruce 
Richards, Diane 
Richards, Sandra 
Richardson, Craig 
Richardson, Frank 
Richardson, Linda 

Richmond, Stephen 
Ridebaugh, Terry 
Rider, Karen 
Rider, Kathleen 
Rigda, Ronald 
Rilling, Pamela 

Rinto, Barbara 
Ritek, John 
Rittenhouse, Andrea 
Ritter, Barbara 
Rizor, Helen 
Robertson, Linda 

Roberts, Pamela 
Roberts, Vicki 
Robertson, John 
Robey, Patti 
Robinson, A.B. 
Robinson, Arthur 

Robinson, Carol 
Robinson, Denise 
Robinson, Linda 
Rocco, Jerome 
Robin, Nick 
Roesinger, Janet 

Rogers, Joyce 
Romberger, Cathryn 
Romes, Gregory 
Rott, Debra 
Rose, Cynthia 
Rose, Mavie 

Rosebloom, Robert 
Rosenfeld, Karen 
Rosenstock, Roberta 
Ross, Richard 
Ross, Robert 
Rossi, Daniel 

Roth, Marilyn 
Roth, Susan 
Rothstein, Larry 
Roubal, Nancy 
Roudebush, Wilfred 
Rowe, Theodore 



Ruda, John 

Rudder, Penelope 

Ruddle, Pat 

Rudebock, Ronald 

Rudell, Peggy 

Ruhl, M arjorie 

Rupert, Deborak 

Rupp, Earl 

Russell, Vicki 

Russotto, Joseph 

Rust, Barbara 

Rutherford, Galye 

Rutkowski, Joseph 
Ryberg, Mary Lou 

Saban, Nick 
Sabin, B arbara 
Sabol, M arilyn 
Sacco, Stephen 

Sackett, Cheryl 

Salamone, Donald 

Salanci, Joyce 

Sales, Anne 

Salisbury, Howard 

Salvatore, Anthony 

Salzer, Sally 

Sanchez, Daniel 

Sandberg, Janet 

Sandella, Thomas 

Sanders, Ward 

Sanderson, Patricia 

Sanfilippo, James 

Sankovich, Christine 

Santee, Anne 

Santee, Bethann 

Santee, Claudia 

Santee, Richard 

Santilla, Dan 

Santos, Greg 

Sasala, Raymond 

Sasse, Linda 

Sauers, Timothy 

Savage, Thomas 

Savickas, Max 

Savory, James 

Saxe, Dennis 

Scacco, Antonia 

Scalisi, Richard 

Scaparotti, Janet 

Scarborough, Betsy 

Scarry, Patrica 

Schabel, John 

Schafer, Linda 

Schafer, Thomas 

Schaffer, Marilyn 





Schappacher, Mary Lou 
Schardong, Kathleen 
Scharf, Linda 
Schattan, Linda 
Scheerer, Ellen 
Scheetz, Rosemary 

Scheg, Jerome 
Schenker, Jonathan 
Scherf, Carol 
Schlafly , Gwyn 
Schleigh, David 
Schmachtenberger, Cynthia 

Schmid, Janet 
Schmidt, Thomas 
Schneider, Clare 
Schneider, Karen 
Schoen, Elizabeth 
Schoolmaster, Andrew 

Schoonmaker, Deborah 
Schostak, Susan 
Schott, Chris 
Schrade, Susan 
Schramm, Peter 
Schrecengost, Carol 

Schreiber, Norman 
Schreiber, Susan 
Schuerger, Joan 
Schuff, Larry 
Schull, Kristina 
Schuller, Kathy 

Schultz, Peggy 
Schwartz, Denise 
Schwartz, Steven 
Schwartz, Jacqueline 
Schwede, Barbara 
Schwedt, Nancy 

Schwenneker, William 
Scipione, Ester 
Scogna, Sandra 
Scott, Arthur 
Scott, Debra 
Scott, Donna 

Scott, Terrence 
Scott, Terry 
Scott, Thomas 
Segal, David 
Sendry, Paul 
Serger, Ken 

Sesock, Dennis 
Severns, Linda 
Sewell, Mary 
Shackle, Susan 
Shaffer, Linda 
Shaffer, Silas 



Shaheen, Chuck 

Shaheen, Nadia 

Shaheen, Nazha 

Shaps, Robert 

Shaw, Hilard 

Shaw , Linda 

Shearer, Sheridan 

Shepherd, Pam 

Sheridan, Jayne 

Shope, Roberta 

Shoup, Julie 

Showers, Joan 

Shriver, Amy 

Shuff, Larry 

Shuffelbottom, Charles 

Shumaker, Ruth Ann 

Shuman, Ellen 

Shum way , M ary 

Shupe, Elizabeth 

Sickle, Shawnee 

Sideropoulos, Theodosia 

Siders, Marylin 

Sidon, Kenneth 

Siebeneck, Marjorie 

Sienicki, Deborah 

Sigler, Gary 

Silagy, Frank 

Silverman, Robert 

Sima, Barbara 

Simkins, Sharon 

Sim mons, Debra 

Simmons, Edwina 

Simnons, David 

Simon, Patricia 

Simons, Barbara 

Sims, M ichael 

Sims, Vivian 

Singer, Nita 

Sirpak, Robert 

Skagenberg, Shelley 

Skurla, Robert 

Sladic, Joseph 

Slapnik, Roseann 
Slater, Robert 
Sloan, William 
Slutzker, Rena 
Slyman, Silvia 
Smart, Lois 

Smeach, Metz 
Smith, Deborah 
Smith, Denise 
Smith, Diane 
Smith, Diane 
Smith, Eugene 





Smith, Jacquelyn 
Smith, Joice 
Smith, Julianne 
Smith, Julie 
Smith, Linda 
Smith, Marc 

Smith, Marsha 
Smith, Nancy 
Smith, Roman 
Smith, Runita 
Smith, Scott 
Smith, Sharon 

Smith, Sharron 
Smith, Stephen 
Smith, Steven 
Smith, Sue 
Smith, Theodoric 
Smith, William 

Smolinski, Barbara 
Snider, Sondra 
Snoddy, Rick 
Snouffer, Rebecca 
Snyder, Barbara 
Soccio, Thomas 

Soltis, David 
Sommer, Beth 
Sommer, Jay 
Sonneman, Cheryl 
Souder, Kimberly 
Souder, Rhonda 

Soulenik, John 
Southwell, David 
Spala, Marie 
Spaninger, William 
Spano, Nick 
Specker, Susan 

Speer, Patricia 
Spencer, Kenneth 
Spilman, Neil 
Spindler, Sheryl 
Spisak, Barbara 
Spohn, Dennis 

Sponseller, Janet 
Sprumger, Sid 
Stachewicz, Elaine 
Stackhouse, Rose 
Stacy, Bonnie 
Stadtlander, Pete 

Stallard, Jimmie 
Stamm, Lynne 
Stangry, Cheryl 
Stansbery, Jeffrey 
Stauffer, Shelley 
Starkey, Sharon 



Stearns, James 

Steffek, Janice 

Steffens, Rebecca 

Steffens, Robert 

Steila, Kathy 

Stein, Linda 

Steiner, Ann 

Steiner, Denise 

Steitz, Dorothy 

Stenger, Mary 

Stephens, Paula 

Stevens, D ana 

Stevens, Joseph 

Stevenson, Donna 

Stewart, Barbara 

Stewart, Esther 

Stewart, Jean 

Stewart, Jean 

Stewart, Steve 
Stickney, Pamela 
Stillwell, Jean 
Stiner, Martha 
Stinson, John 
Stoddard, Everett 

Stoll, Barbara 

Stoll, Mike 

Storey, Gregory 

Stout, Martha 

Strabley, Betsy 

Strain, Rebecca 

Strang, Carter 

Stratton, Robert 

Strebler, Steven 

Strittmatter, Mary Jo 

Strnad, Dale 

Strnisa, Josephine 

Stroup, Carol 

Strubbe, Terry 

Struck, Lawrence 

Stryffeler, Joseph 

Suhodolsky, Nicholas 

Sumien, Suzanne 

Surrell, Linda 

Sutton, Darrel 

Sventeck, Dale 

Swank, Douglas 

Swank, Mary Ann 

Swanson, Betty 

Swartout, Deborah 

Swartz, Stewart 

Swartz, Virginia 

Sweden, M arjorie 

Sweeney, Susan 

Sweet, Barbara 





Sweet, Ronald 
Sweet, Susan 
Symczyk, Judith 
Szuch, Larry 
Szulc, Peter 
Szymczyk, John 

Tabar, Andrew 
Tadsen, Francis 
Tadsen, Thomas 
Taiclett, Jean 
Takacs, Denise 
Takacs, William 

Tanenbaum, Wendy 
Tanner, Susan 
Tarle, Martina 
Tarr, Steve 
Tashjian, Robin 
Tasky , Joan 

Tausch, Jeffrey 
Taylor, Barbara 
Taylor, Karen 
Tebbe, John 
Tekus, Joseph 
Tenenbaum, Debby 

Tennant, Kenneth 
Tennery, Rebecca 
Terakedis, Mary Ann 
Testa, Susan 
Theile, Fred 
Theis, Terry 

Theken, Mark 
Thomas, David 
Thomas, Gary 
Thomas, Gayle 
Thomas, Gayle 
Thomas, Jon 

Thomas, Kathryn 
Thomas, Patricia 
Thomas, Rebecca 
Thompson, Joan 
Thompson, Ramona 
Thorington, Karen 

Thorn, Alison 
Thorne, Sally 
Thornton, Deborah 
Thornton, Gayle 
Thornton, Lynn 
Thurin, Thomas 

Tidrick, Richard 
Tieu, Joy 

Timmerman, Kathryn 
Timonere, Jim 
Timpe, John 
Tissot, David 



Titschinger, Marilyn 

Toalston, Danny 

Todrow, Alexander 

Tomcko, Thomas 

Tomsic, Christine 

Torok, E dward 

Toth, Edward 
Travaglianti, Gail 
Treckel, Paula 
Tredent, John 
Tressler, Jack 
Trevan, Karen 

Trifiletti, Robert 

Trojnar, David 

Trommetter, Alison 

Trope, Lawrence 

Tropian, Linda 

Trotter, Anita 

Troup , E dward 
Trout, Jonathan 
Troxel, Kristina 
Troy, Thomas 
Tryon, Timothy 
Tsocheff, Terry 

Tubalkain, Toomas 

Tucker, Carol 

Tucker, James 

Tueler, Ruth 

Tufford , Maureen 

Turk , John 

Turner, David 

Turrin, Joseph 

Umof, Francine 

Unger, James 

linger, Roberta 

Urbanek, Roger 

Urchek, Ellen 

Vaccariello, Gary 

Vaccaro, Suzanne 

Valachovic, David 

Van Camp, Fred 

Van Hoozer, Anthony 

Van Uum, Kathleen 

Vargo, Carol 

Varholick, Joseph 

Vasbinder, Steven 

Vaughn, Jane 

Vaughn, Lynn 

Vaughn, Peggy 

Vavrus, Diane 

Verbeck, David 

Vernon, Donald 

Vettel, Constance 

Vickey, Douglas 









Vidensek, Paul 
Vidler, Sue 
Vild, Lory 
Vining, Joan 
Voelker, David 
Vogt, Blaine 

Voiland, Kathleen 
Voyk, Jim 
Voytko, Andra 
Vrabel, Dan 
Vrtachnik, Josephine 
Vucovich, Susan 

Wafler, Lynn 
Waggle, John 
Wagner, Raymond 
Wagner, Richard 
Wagner, Richard 
Wagnitz, James 

Wahl, John 
Wainio, Madeline 
Wait, Danny 
Wakefield, Martha 
Walker, James 
Walker, Michael 

Wallace, Jane 
Walter, Carl 
Walter, Dale 
Walters, Deborah 
Waltz, Linda 
Warner, Gary 

Ward, Constance 
Ward, Karen 
Ward, Keith 
Warner, Vincent 
Wasim , Naseer 
Wasson, Catherine 

Watkins, David 
Watson, Leslie 
Watson, Martin 
Weaver, Vicki 
Weber, James 
Wedler, Lynne 

Weeks, Jean 
Wegley, Carol 
Weigand , Brant 
Weill, Catherine 
Weiner, Robert 
Weiss, Sheryl 

Weiss, Stewart 
Welch, Peggy 
Welker, Helmut 
Welsh, Thomas 
Wendling, Karen 
Werhnyak, Darlene 



West, Michael 

Whalen, Larry 

Whalen, William 

White, Barbara 

White, Kevin 

White, Linda 

White, Martha 

Whitmer, John 

Whittaker, Lynn 

Wiesemann, Jaclyn 

Wiessinger, Marguerite 

Wilder, Stephen 

Wiley, Bonnie 

Wiley, Janice 

Wilhelm, Tim 

Willeman, Edward 

Williams, David 

Williams, Edward 

Williams, Jean 

Williams, Dorothy 

Williams, Susan 

Williamson, James 

Willis, Joyce 

Willoughby , Mary 

Wilmoth, Jerrilyn 

Wilson, Anna 

Wilson, Christie 

Wilson, Edward 

Wilson, Gene 

W ilson, Gregory 

Wilson, Jane 

Wilson, Lawrence 

Wilson, Linda 

Wilson, Patricia 

Wilson, Phyllis 

Wilson, Trevor 

Wilt, Mike 

Wimmer, Laura 

Winch, Chris 

Wingate, Don 

Wingerter, Sally 

Wilton, James 

Wiseman, Don 

Wisknek, Martin 

Wisniewski, Kathy 

Witkowski, Cecilia 

Witkowski, Donald 

Wnek, Andrew 

Woerner, Bruce 

Wohleber, Nancy 

Wojno, Geraldine 

Wojton, Francine 

Wolf, Betsy 

Wolf, Kathleen 





Wolfe, Richard 
Wollschleger, Raymond 
Wollschleger, Sandra 
Wood, Janice 
Wood, Michael 
Woodworth, Bonita 

Woodworth, Robert 
Woolum, Forester 
Wornoff, Steve 
Worthington, Joan 
Worthman, Jan 
Wright, Barbara 

Wright, Kathleen 
Wright, Suzanne 
Writsel, Laura 
Wszelaki, John 
Wucinick, Nancy 
Wylie, Diane 

Yan, Mung-Lun 
Yasenka, Robert 
Yates, Mark 
Yates, Norman 
Yee, May 
Yee, Wilming 

Yerman, John 
York, Rosemary 
Young, Linda 
Young, Margo 
Young, Virginia 
Yukl, Patricia 

Yuska, Linda 
Zahand, Gloria 
Zahorec, Debre 
Zakovec, Sandi 
Zalar, Judith 
Zallar, Stanley 

Zamosky, Bonnie 
Zamostny, Thomas 
Zanon, Jayne 
Zatsky, Joan 
Zeck, Marko 
Zehel, Alexis 

Zehnder, George 
Zeldner, Michele 
Zevorick, Stanley 
Ziegler, James 
Ziegler, Janet 
Ziegler, Lauren 

Zifko, Monica 
Zimmerman, Galen 
Zimmerman, Nancy 
Zmija, Sheilarayne 
Zucchero, Mary Jo 
Zuchegno, Mary 



calendar 
of events 



10 April 1972 

Ronald Roskens accepts the position of Chancellor of 
the University of Nebraska at Omaha. 

Mayor Sorboro requests state funds to help provide 
for services the city gives to KSU. 



spring 



28 March 1972 
Classes begin. 
30 March 1972 



11 April 1972 



Basketball players Ruben Vance and Roger Evans are 
picked by pro teams in the 8th round of the NBA 
draft. 



13 April 1972 



The Board of Trustees approves quarterly fee 
increases of $10 for undergraduates, $30 for 
graduates and $50 for out-of-state students. 

14 April 1972 



A federal court decision suspends the Ohio six month 
residency requirement, permitting students to register 
to vote in Kent. 



3 April 1972 

The Ohio Attorney General closes the legal aid clinic. 

4 April 1972 



President Glenn A. Olds announces a fee increase of 
$30 for undergraduate students. 



5 April 1972 



Sen. George McGovern scores an upset victory in the 
Wisconsin presidencial primary. 

Former congressman Adam Clayton Powell dies in 
Miami. 



6 April 1972 



"Concerned Students" for KSU Athletics is formed 
to support Kent athletic programs. 

John Shattuck, staff counsel for the ACLU, speaks on 
"Surveillance and Data Collection. " 



7 April 1972 



John C. Friese resigns from his position as the head of 
Food Service. 



Students protest the fee boost and form a committee 
to investigate the budget. 

The thirteen-day strike by professional baseball 
players is settled. 



17 April 1972 



Earth Week begins. 

The Creative Arts Festival presents the Charlie Byrd 
Quintet. 

Apollo 16 has launched and has been in flight one 
day. 



18 April 1972 



The annual invitational art show presents "Focus on 
Women" in the Van Deusen gallery. 



19 April 1972 



The book co-op in the Life Center folds, running 
$1,400 short. 

Al Schoterman is named the Mid-American 
Conference "Player of the Week" for his performance 
in the hammer throw in a contest against Bowling 
Green 

The city of Kent receives a $45,000 state grant, to 
begin in July, to help relieve the burden that KSU 
places on the city fire and police departments. 

Poet Paul Metcalf recites his poetry in University 
Auditorium. 



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Four of Gov. John J. Gilligan's aides discuss the 
creation of a Youtii Action Program to enable 
students to work on volunteer projects throughout 
the state. 

Five students are elected to President Glenn A. Olds' 
investigative budget-cutting committee. 

Student Senate gives its support to a motion 
supporting the National Student Association in its 
plea for a national student strike to be held Friday. 



20 April 1972 

Students on numerous campuses around the country 
protest the increased bombing of Vietnam. 

Greek Week begins. 

Apollo 1 6 lands on the moon. 

Earl E. Curtis, director of Theatre, plans a September 
15 retirement after 24 years at KSU. 

21 April 1972 

Dr. Jefferson H. Ware, associate professor in the 
Department of Criminal Justice Studies, resigns 
effective June 15. 

University Theatre presents "Hadrian VII. " 

Little Sis Weekend begins. 

"Gymnastics in Motion " opens at Memorial Gym. 

Congressman Paul N. McCloskey, former New York 
congressman Allard Lowenstein, Edwin Canham, 
editor of "The Christian Science Monitor" and 
Pulitzer Prize-winning historian James MacGregor 
Burns speak on "Picking the Next President. " 

Apollo 1 6 heads back to earth. 



President Nixon announces the withdrawal of an 
additional 20,000 troops from Vietnam. 

Police take 125 demonstrators into custody during a 
sit-in at Rockwell Hall protesting the Vietnam war 
and the existence of ROTC on campus. 

A Judiciary Committee votes to recall Richard G. 
Kleindienst. 



27 April 1972 



Edmund Muskie drops from the presidential race. 

Police drive 800 demonstrators blocking the Main and 
Water Streets intersection back to campus. 

A state restraining order is issued, prohibiting further 
disruptive activity on campus through May 1 0. 

Frank Vicchy, swimming coach, resigns. 



25 April 1972 



28 April 1972 



Magic Theatre presents "The Killing of Sister 
George. " 



2 May 1972 

Demonstrators place 300 tombstones in front of 
Rockwell Hall to mark the start of a vigil to protest 
the Vietnam war. 

J. Edgar Hoover, FBI head, dies at 77. 

3 May 1972 

The ACLU files suit against National Guardsman in 
connection with the 1970 Kent slayings. 

Patrick Gray is named acting director of the FBI. 

The ACLU files suit to vacate the state injunction. 

A candlelight vigil begins at 11:30 p.m. 



Dr. Filmer S.C. Northrop of Yale University, one of 
the nation 's best-known philosophers, speaks. 

Pork Barrel, the traditional university talent show, is 
cancelled due to lack of participation. 

Reinhold Mohr is released from jail after charges filed 
against him for illegal possession of firearms is 
dropped. 

Astronaut Thomas K. Mattingly walks in space. 



26 April 1972 



Rennie Davis, Chicago 7 defendent, speaks on the 
Commons. 



4 May 1972 



The vigil ends at noon. 

It is announced that Kent Liquid Crystals Institute 
will host the fourth International Liquid Crystals 
Conference August 21-25. 

Dr. George Wald, Harvard professor and Nobel 
Prize-winner, and Sister Elizabeth McAlister, one of 
the Harrisburg defendents, speak at the May 4 rally. 



5 May 1972 

ACPB presents Elton John. 



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Rockwell Theatre presents "I Don't Want to Play 
Anymore" and "ENIAC." 

President Nixon orders the mining of North 
Vietnamese ports. 



6 May 1972 



Dr. Olds suspends Reinhold Mohr from the Campus 
Police Force. 



8 May 1972 



Dr. Gordon W. Keller, assistant professor of political 
science, is elected chairman of the Faculty Senate. 



9 May 1972 



Hubert Lindsey, self-proclaimed saint, speaks in Hyde 
Park. 



18 May 1972 



Thirteen protestors are arraigned after disrupting an 
ROTC review ceremony. 

Architecture students construct a geodesic dome in 
front of Taylor Hall. 



19 May 1972 



"Ice Fantasy, '72" is presented 

The Ohio Board of Regents approves a KSU tuition 
increase. 



VIVA sponsors POW-MIA Week. 

Vladimir Petric, noted Yugoslavian film scholar, 
speaks on Soviet film theories. 

Police turn 200 protesting students back to campus 
after a Rockwell Hall rally. 

Black Women 's Week begins. 
10 May 1972 



Alcoholic beverages are made legal in university 
residence halls. 



11 May 1972 

University Theatre presents "I Never Sang For My 
Father. " 

Federal courts overturn the Chicago 7 sentences. 

12 May 1972 

Magic Theatre presents "The Odd Couple. " 

15 May 1972 

Gov. George Wallace is shot four times in Maryland, 
while campaigning for the presidency. 

The 11th Hour Campaign takes place with mixed 
support. 

The United States returns Okinawa to Japan. 
1 7 May 1972 



Bob Gage wins the student government presidential 
election. 



20 May 1972 

Campus Day 

"Bread" performs in concert. 

ten Turner wins three MAC events in track. 

21 May 1972 



Buckminster Fuller, architect, philosopher, poet and 
lecturer, speaks. 



23 May 1972 



Dr. Selma Burke, internationally recognized 
sculptress and art educator, speaks. 

Director of Campus Security James L. Fyke declines 
to participate in an open forum called by the 
Vietnam Veterans Against the War. 

Michael S. Blurton, director of Parking and Traffic, is 
found innocent in Portage County Common Pleas 
Court of malicious prosecution. 

Ted Owen, the "whammy man," speaks. 



24 May 1972 



Charles J. Frankhouser of the KSU security force is 
accused of taking photos at a rally and identifying 
himself as a Cleveland Press photographer. 

Leigh Herrington, assistant director of Alumni 
Relations, resigns to accept the position of director of 
Public Affairs at Walsh College in Canton. 

The Liquid Crystals Institute receives a $300,000 
grant from the National Science Foundation. 

Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell visits the 
Department of Aerospace Technology. 



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President Nixon and Soviet Premier Alexi N. Kosygin 
sign an agreement aimed at joint Soviet-American 
space exploration by 1975. 



25 May 1972 



10 June 1972 

Commencement exercises are held. 



Kent State Touring Repertory presents "The Sign of 
Jonah. " 

James L. Fyke and Joseph E. Myers, Kent city police 
chief, are subpoenaed by ACLU lawyers. 

The appointment of Dr. Jay W. Cranston as director 
of the Health Center is approved by the Board of 
Trustees. 



fall 



26 May 1972 

Kent State Touring Repertory presents "The Taming 
of the Shrew. " 

University trustees approve the $4-per-quarter 
increase in student bus fees. 

27 May 1972 



Kent State Touring Repertory presents "Witches Hot, 
Witches Cold. " 



27 September 1972 



Qasses begin. 

Gerald A. Tinker, junior, wins a gold medal at the XX 
Olympiad held during the summer in Munich, 
Germany. 

Student Residence Life decides to enforce dorm 
living requirements. 



28 September 1 972 



29 May 1972 



President Nixon ends his historic seven-day summit in 
Moscow by signing a peaceful coexistence pledge with 
Russia. 



30 May 1972 

Rockwell Theatre presents "Lysistrata. " 

31 May 1972 



Dr. Wesley C. Zaynor is appointed acting dean of the 
Honors & Experimental College. 

Area police are granted $285,000 to improve 
communication and skills. 

The Board of Trustees voted 4-3 not to dismiss Dr. F. 
Joseph Smith from his post as associate professor of 
Music. 

Dr. Bernard Hall is appointed executive vice-president 
and provost. 



3 October 1972 



Magic Theatre presents "Who's Afraid of Virginia 
Woolf?" 

Actor E. G. Marshall begins filming of a May 4 
documentary on campus. 

Hearings begin on the May, 1970, dorm search. 
1 June 1972 



Raga S. Elim is appointed director of the Center for 
International and Comparative Programs. 



2 June 1972 
Qasses end. 



Portage County voter registration opens. 

Dr. F. Joseph Smith is notified that he has been 
relieved of all teaching assignments, pending a hearing 
before Dr. Olds. 

The SPPC informs the Daily Kent Stater that it 
cannot endorse political candidates. 



4 October 1972 



Dr. Daniel Ellsberg, Pentagon Papers defendent, 
speaks on the Commons. 

Leopold Sipe is appointed conductor of the KSU 
orchestra. 

Gerald A. Tinker Day 



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5 October 1972 

Rockwell Theatre presents "Under Milkwood. " 

6 October 1972 



The Women's Equity Action League files a 
discrimination complaint against KSU. 

Larry Shub, one of the Kent 25, is granted a one-year 
probation in Common Pleas Court. 



9 October 1972 



Student Senate votes unanimously to boycott the 
Faculty Senate University Budget Committee. 



Patrolman Elmer K. Leeper is reinstated on the KSU 
Police Force by the State Personnel Board of Review. 



14 October 1972 



Student Senate establishes a separate student budget 
review committee. 



19 October 1972 



An open meeting is held to discuss the Reinhold 
Mohr decision. 

Tlie United States and the Soviet Union sign a 
breakthrough trade agreement. 



20 October 1972 



10 October 1972 



The Center for Peaceful Change is awarded a $30,000 
grant from the National Endowment for the 
Humanities Agency. 

Lucian Gatewood is selected as the new tennis coach. 

Tuesday Cinema opens with the New York Erotic 
Film Festival. 



11 October 1972 



Andrew Pulley, Socialist vice-presidencial candidate, 
speaks. 

U.S. bombs hit the French diplomatic mission in 
Hanoi. 

George McGovern outlines his plan for peace. 

Rabbi Gerald Turk becomes the new director for 
Hillel-Jewish Services Center and Kent's first full-time 
rabbi. 



12 October 1972 



Nine persons connected with the May 4 slayings filed 
a complaint against Attorney General Richard 
Kleindienst. 

Arthur Krause files an appeal with the U.S. Supreme 
Court in an attempt to sue the state for actions of 
state officials surrounding the May 4 killings. 

Reinhold Mohr is reinstated to his job by the State 
Personnel Board of Review. 



13 October 1972 



Magic Theatre presents "Arsenic and Old Lace. " 

Dr. Tom Cooperrider is appointed coordinator of 
experimental programs. 



Homecoming Weekend 

Rockwell Theatre presents "House Plan Template," 
"The Day the Cleveland News Stopped Printing" and 
"Silent Majority. " 

Tlie Daily Kent Stater refutes SPPC policy and 
endorses George McGovern for president. 

Andrea Brady is chosen as Homecoming Queen. 
21 October 1972 



Homecoming concert features "Sha-na-na. " 

Michael Rogers, Dr. John Parks and Dr. Thomas 
Reuschling are presented with Distinguished Teaching 
Awards by the Alumni Association. 



22 October 1972 

The International Festival is held. 

23 October 1972 

"May 4, 1970" film premiers. 

Raymond Shafer, chairman of the National 
Committee on Marijuana and Drug Abuse, speaks. 

Tom Hay den, Chicago 7 defendent, speaks. 

24 October 1972 



Jane Fonda and Ex-POW George Smith speak on the 
Commons. 



25 October 1972 



Dr. Olds holds his first open forum, attended by 50 
students. 



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Pulitzer Prize-winner Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., speaks 
for George McGovern. 



26 October 1972 



Presidential advisor Henry A. Kissinger announces 
that "peace is at hand" in Vietnam. 



28 October 1972 

President Nixon campaigns in Portage County. 

30 October 1972 



Kent Gay Liberation Front hosts an all-campus 
"Cosmic Ball. " 



31 October 1972 



9 November 1972 



Daile Van Paten quits as soccer coach. 

Walter G. Bruska is appointed vice-president for 
administration. 

Indians return the Bureau of Indian Affairs building 
in Washington, D.C, after seizing it one week ago. 



10 November 1972 

Ecology Day 

Black Homecoming Weekend begins. 

11 November 1972 

Joice Smith is crowned Black Homecoming Queen. 
Ah Ahk, Korean dancers and musicians, perform. 



Magic Theatre presents "The Shrikers," "The 
Monkey's Paw" and "Sorry, Wrong Number." 

Campus Bus Service is disrupted when an Erie 
Lackawanna train derails near the Summit Street 
crossing. 



1 November 1972 



Senator Robert Taft, Jr. , predicts a Nixon landslide in 
Ohio. 



3 November 1972 



The ACLU decides to challenge Ohio's residency 
requirements for paying lower tuition. 

University architect, Gae Russo, condemns South 
Hall. 



12 November 1972 

Stevie Wonder performs in concert. 

14 November 1972 



Pvt. Billy Dean Smith is found innocent of a 
'fragging" charge. 



15 November 1972 

John Begala, A KSU student, announces that he is 
running for one of the three Kent councilman-at-large 
seats. 

Pop 's Snow Squad receives a new snow blower. 

Apollo 1 7 isolation begins. 



4 November 1972 



1 6 November 1972 



"West Indies Night" is sponsored by Kent 
Internationals. 



7 November 1972 



Richard Nixon wins a landslide re-election. 

Issues 1 and 2 are defeated on the Ohio ballot, thus 
defeating the idea of a constitutional convention and 
retaining the income tax, respectively. 



8 November 1972 

East and West Germany initial a goodwill treaty. 



Disability Day 

Rockwell Theatre presents "Cave Dwellers. " 

Two black students are killed in a demonstration at 
Southern University in Baton Rouge, La. 

South Hall catches fire. 

Magic Theatre presents "Happy Birthday, Wanda 
June. " 

1 7 November 1972 



Kent wins its first MAC title in football, defeating 
Toledo. 



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18 November 1972 

A CPB preset! ts ' ' YES ' ' in concert. 

20 November 1972 



Willy Brandt, chancellor of West Germany, wins a 
landslide re-election. 



21 November 1972 

Tampa accepts the invitation to face the Flashes in 
the Tangerine Bowl. 

The Chicago 7 convictions are reversed. 

26 November 1972 

Tlie Campus Security Advisory Committee disbands. 

27 November 1972 



Various university officials, including President Olds 
and Security Chief James Fyke, are named as 
defendents in a suit charging unlawful surveillance 
filed by the ACL U on behalf of the Kent VVA W. 

Jack Lambert and Gary Pinkel are named to the first 
team of the All-MAC football squad. 



28 November 1972 



Football coach Don James is named MAC Coach of 
the Year. 

Elliot L. Richardson is named Secretary of Defense. 

Jack iMmbert is named defensive MAC Player of the 
Year. 



29 November 1972 

Peter J. Brennan, "hardhat" union leader, is named 
Secretary of Labor. 

President Nixon halts the Vietnam pull-out. 

30 November 1972 
Chanukah begins. 

5 December 1972 



Mandatory dorm housing for freshmen and 
sophomores is approved. 

James T. Lynn is named HUD Secretary. 



6 December 1972 



CBS Correspondent Charles Kuralt decides to do a 
story on Pop 's Snow Squad. 



7 December 1972 

Manilan President Ferdinand E. Marcos' wife is 
stabbed. 

Rockwell Theatre presents '"Tis the Season. " 

8 December 1972 

The 10th Annual Honors Awards Reception is held. 

The administration contemplates moving to the 
second floor of the library. 

Chanukah ends. 

Classes end. 



winter 

27 December 1972 

Kent loses to Tampa in the Tangerine Bowl. 

2 January 1973 

University Center opens. 

Tlie dorm pilot program, French House, commences 
on two floors in Koonce Hall. 

4 January 1973 

Qasses begin. 

The new Business Building opens. 

5 January 1973 



A free concert, featuring "Les Variations, " is given in 
the University Center. 



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8 January 1973 



16 January 1973 



A sniper kills six from a hotel rooftop in New 
Orleans. 



James J. Bruss, director of communications, files for 
president of Kent Gty Council. 



9 January 1973 



17 January 1973 



Tuesday Cinema opens in the University Center. 

David Troung, son of the imprisoned former 
presidential candidate of South Vietnam, speaks. 



10 January 1973 



Police identify the sniper they killed on a hotel 
rooftop in New Orleans as Mark J. Essex, a young 
Kansas black and ex-Navy man. 

Chess master Milan Vukcevich play 67 chess games 
simultaneously. 



11 January 1973 



Dr. Vincent R. Rogers, nationally known authority 
on open education and social studies education, 
speaks. 

Dr. Jack Willke and his wife Barbara, internationally 
known authors, teachers and human sexuality 
experts, speak. 

The Institutional Planning Committee report, which 
set guidelines for future direction of KSU, is 
approved. 

Watergate defendent E. Howard Hunt pleads guilty. 



12 January 1973 



Law Careers Day 



13 January 1973 



The Oxford-Cambridge Shakespeare Company 
presents "As You Like It. ' 



14 January 1973 



Student Senate passes a bill calling for the immediate 
eviction of three members of StudentGroup Affairs 
from their offices on the second floor of the 
University Center. 



15 January 1973 



U.S. planes and warships stop bombing Vietnam on 
presidential orders. 

Four more Watergate defendents plead guilty. 



Kirk W. Halliday, a graduate student in political 
science, announces that he is a candidate for the 
Democratic nomination for mayor of Kent. 

Gov. Gilligan proposes a tuition hike. 

18 January 1973 

Rockwell Theatre presents "Gaslight." 

19 January 1973 

ACPB presents "Seals and Crofts. " 

James L: Fyke resigns as KSU security director. 

20 January 1973 

Richard Nixon is inaugurated. 

22 January 1973 

Former president Lyndon B. Johnson dies at 64. 

23 January 1973 

President Nixon ends the Vietnam war. 

Student Body President Bob Gage announces policies 
without consulting his vice-president, Karen Czujko. 

26 January 1973 



University Theatre presents "Rosencrantz and 
Guildenstern Are Dead. " 

Magic Theatre presents "Roar of the Greasepaint, 
Smell of the Crowd. " 



27 January 1973 

A Vietnam cease-fire goes into effect. 

The military draft ends. 

29 January 1973 



Student Senate disbands for the year, suspending all 
business except for fund allocations. 



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30 January 1973 



Sen. John Stennis, D-Miss., is shot and wounded in 
front of his home. 



31 January 1973 



12 February 1973 



The ACLU files suit on behalf of persons whose 
homes were illegally entered during drug raids this 
week. 



President Olds hosts an open forum. 
Paul Keane resigns. 

1 February 1973 



The United States receives a list of seven captive 
servicemen in Laos. 



2 February 1973 

Mom 's Weekend begins. 
Black History Month begins. 



The first American POWs return home from Vietnam, 
with KSU grad Cmdr. Theodore Kopfman among 
them. 

President Nixon devalues the dollar 10%. 



14 February 1973 



Ohio's 1 32-year-old abortion law is declared 
unconstitutional. 

The Kent State Archaeological Expedition to Cypress 
uncovers two "new" neolithic settlements. 



15 February 1973 



6 February 1973 



Secretary of State William P. Rogers heads the U.S. 
delegation to the Paris peace talks. 



7 February 1973 



Eastway begins a vegetarian line. 

A memo, allegedly written by President Olds, 
provides for University News Service to be the sole 
disseminator of news on the KSU campus. 



8 February 1973 



Richard Savelle resigns as Commander of the 
Auxiliary Services Division of the KSU Police 
Department. 

Rockwell Theatre presents "The Concert. " 

Wade "Blackie" Conner retires after 17 years on the 
Campus Police Force. 



9 February 1973 



Magic Theatre presents "An Evening with Mark 
Twain. " 

ACPB presents "Cheech and Chong. " 

A Kent mother files a $275,000 lawsuit against the 
Campus Police, charing that her two daughters were 
subjected to "third degree" interrogation for more 
than two hours one night last summer. 



Rena Sanders, assistant dean of student residence life, 
retires. 

Dr. Walter Watson, associate professor of Music, wins 
a U.S. Navy Band-sponsored competition for a 
musical work to be the official "theme song" of the 
American Bicentennial Celebration to be held in 
1976. 

President Olds announces plans for the creation of a 
new Committee on Campus Security and proposed 
areas which the committee will review. 

The United States and Cuba sign an anti-hijacking 
pact. 

ACPB presents "Santana." 



17 February 1973 



George J. Altmann, emeritus professor of health and 
physical education, dies at 83. 



19 February 1973 



Work progresses on the KRTV tower which will bring 
cable television to the Kent-Ravenna area. 



20 February 1973 



It is announced that a new physical education 
building will be constructed to replace Wills Gym at 
an estimated cost of $4,000,000. 

The Supreme Court declines to review the conviction 
of Sirham Bishara Sirham for the murder of Sen. 
Robert F. Kennedy. 



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21 February 1973 



5 March 1973 



A Laos cease-fire agreement is signed. 

A committee to study proposals for the dedication of 
the University Center is established. 

Israeli warplanes hit a Libyan airliner. 

22 February 1973 

Rockwell Theatre presents "The Children's Hour." 

23 February 1973 

Magic Theatre presents "The Innocents. " 

The United States and China establish government 
liason offices. 

26 February 1973 



President Olds makes the statement that drug pushers 
should be shot. 



27 February 1973 



Mayoral candidate Kirk Halliday wins his court fight 
against the residency requirement. 



Shirley Chisholm, Democratic Congresswoman from 
New York and the first black woman to be elected to 
Congress, speaks. 



6 March 1973 



Kenneth L. Mey, a fourth year architecture major, 
falls to his death from the eight floor of McDowell 
Hall. 

Thomas F. Cleary, an elementary education major, 
dies after he collapses while jogging with a roommate. 



7 March 1973 

Kent City Council and Franklin Township Trustees 
are negotiating the purchase of Campus Bus Service 
to form the first county-wide no-fare bus 
transportation system in the nation. 

KSU gridders Al Schoterman and Frank Dreier sign as 
free agents with pro football teams. 

9 March 1973 



Qasses end. 
10 March 1973 



28 February 1973 



"Right To Know Day " 



Thomas Boardman, editor of the Cleveland Press, 
speaks. 

Approximately 200 Indians take over the town of 
Wounded Knee, holding 11 hostages. 



1 March 1973 



The Performing Dancers hold their annual concert. 

The U.S. ambassador and colleagues are seized in 
Beirut by Palestinian guerillas demanding the release 
ofSirhan Sirhan and others. 



2 March 1973 

University Theatre presents "1776." 

3 March 1973 

The KSU swim team captures the MAC crown. 



The KSU track team finishes in second place at the 
NCAA indoor championships in Detroit, with Gerald 
Tinker winning the 60-yard dash. 



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identification 



Tliese people can be identified in photographs in the 
Chestnut Burr. The page numbers are indicated and it 
should be obvious which photograph is identified. In 
cases where there is more titan one person the 
identification goes from left to right. 



Page 9, Police Chief, Joseph Meyers, Mayor, Joseph 
Sorboro, Fire Chief, Fred Miller. 

Page 16, V-P, Bernard Hall, V-P, Richard E. Dunn, 
I^esident, Glenn A. Olds, V-P, Walter Bruska, V-P, 
Fay E. Biles, V-P, David A. Ambler. 

Pages 28-29, University Theatre Production, "Man of 
LaMancha. " 

Page 34, Joseph Morbito, Architecture Department. 

Page 36, R. Buckminister Fuller. 

Page 38, Gerald Tinker, K.S.U. student. Gold medal 
winner, 1972 Olympics. 

Page 40, Locker room. Memorial Gym. 

Pages 42-43, Kent State University Performing 
Dancers. 

Pages 68-69, May 4, Candle-light vigil. 

Page 70, May 4 Memorial Speaker, George Wald. 

Pages 76-77, Speakers at 11th Hour, Ken Johnson, 
Bill Arthrell, Silas Ashley , Charles Brill. 

Pages 82-83, Daniel Ellsberg. 

Pages 86-87, Jane Fonda. 

Pages 88-89, Homecoming Queen Candidates; Andrea 
Bra dy( Queen), Paula Stewart, Constance Vettel, 
Cindy Reese, Deborah Roepke, Linda White. 

Black-Homecoming Queen Candidates; Tamu Busara, 
Joice Smith(Queen), Ursula Goldston, Regina Massey. 

Pages 110-111, Student Artists "against the war," 
create a public billboard. 

Page 114, Head Coach, Don James. 

Page 137, Most Valuable Defensive Player, No. 99, 
Jack Lambert. 

Pages 148-149 , Elmer Novotny, Art Department. 

Page 158, Student Body President, Bob Gage, and 
Executive Committee. 



276 



Pages 168-169, Chess Master, Milan Vukevich. 

Pages 190-191, Bruce Harkness, Dean, Arts and 
Science. 

Pages 196-197, Robert J. Alfonso, Dean, Education. 

Pages 210-211, Carl Erickson, Dean, Physical 
Education. 

Pages 212-213, University Theatre Production, 
"Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead. " 

Pages 214-215, University Theatre Production, 
"Brand. " 

Pages 216-217, University Theatre Production, "Tis A 
Pity She's A Whore." 

Page 220-221, President of the University, Glenn A. 
Olds. 

Page 224-225, Representative Shirley Chisholm. 

Page 226, Lewis "Pop" Fisher. 

Pages 282-283, 1973 Chestnut Burr Staff 

Page 284, Editorial Board. 



277 



organizations 



These groups are student membership organizations 
recognized on the Kent State University campus. 
Participation is voluntary or recognized as honorary. 



ACADEMIC-PROFESSIONAL 

Student Advertising Club 

Alpha Eta Rho - aviation 

American Chemical Society 

American Home Economics Association 

American Industrial Arts Association 

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 

American Society of Tool Manufacturing Engineers 

Art Union 

Association for Childhood Education 

Collegiate Marketing Association 

Council for Exceptional Children 

Criminal Justice Association 

Debate Club - Forensics 

Finance Club 

Gamma Theta Upsilon - geography 

Geological Society 

Health, Physical Education, and Recreation 

Association for Women 

Home Economics Qub 

Law Enforcement Association 

Masters in Business Administration Association 

Mu Iota Sigma - teaching of the deaf 

Music Educators Club 

Kent State Performing Dancers 

Phi Gamma Mu - women 's business 

Physics Club 

Pre-medical Society 

Public Relations Student Society 

Recreation Club 

Sigma Delta Chi - journalism 

Society of Manufacturing Engineers 

Student Bar Association 

Student Nurses Association 



Beta Gamma Sigma - business administration 

Blue Key - men 's leadership 

Cardinal Key - women 's student activities 

Delta Phi Alpha - German 

Delta Omicron - music 

Epsilon Nu Gamma - English 

Epsilon Pi Tau - industrial arts 

Kappa Delta Pi - education 

Kappa Kappa Psi - university bands 

Kappa Omicron Phi - home economics 

Mortar Board - senior women 

Omicron Delta Kappa - men 's leadership 

Phi Alpha Theta - history 

Phi Epsilon Kappa - health and physical education 

Phi Gamma Mu - women 's business 

Pi Delta Phi - French 

Pi Gamma Mu - social studies 

Pi Omega Pi - business teacher education 

Pi Sigma Alpha - political science 

Psi Chi • psychology 

Sigma Delta Pi - Spanish 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon - earth sciences 

Tau Beta Sigma - women 's band 



POLITICALL Y AND A CTION-ORIENTED 
ORGANIZATIONS 

Black United Students 

Environmental Conservation Organization 

Gay Liberation Front 

Joe Hill Collective 

Kent Free University 

Ohio Students Lobby 

Students for Indian Equality 

Vietnam Veterans Against the War 

Voices in Vital America 

Women 's Liberation 

Young Americans for Freedom 

Young Republicans 



HONORARIES 

Alpha Kappa Delta - sociology 

Alpha Lambda Delta - freshman women 's honorary 

Alpha Omicron Chi - home economics 

Alpha Psi Omega - drama 

Beta Beta Beta - biology 



UNIVERSITY GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS 

Student Government - Executive Branch, Senate, 

Judicial Branch 

Commuter and Off-Campus Student Organization 

Kent Interhall Council 

Inter-Greek Council 



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SORORITIES 



RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS 



Alpha Chi Omega 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Alpha Phi 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Chi Omega 
Delta Gamma 
Delta Sigma Theta 
Delta Zeta 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Zeta Phi Beta 



FRATERNITIES 

Alpha Phi Alpha 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Delta Tau Delta 
Delta Upsilon 
Kappa Alpha Psi 
Kappa Sigma 
Omega Psi Phi 
Phi Beta Sigma 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sigma Chi 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Sigma Tau Gamma 



Bahai Campus Club 

BASICS (Baptist organization) 

B'nai Brith Hillel 

Campus Crusade for Christ 

Chi Alpha 

Eastern Orthodox Christian Fellowship 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes 

Independent Jewish Student Movement 

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship 

J. C and Company 

Kappa Phi 

Navigators 

Newman Student Parish 

Ruhani Sat Sang 

Students International Meditation Society 

United Christian Fellowship 

Wesley Foundation 



SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS 

Alpha Phi Omega 

Angel Flight 

Campus Gold 

Coed Cadettes 

Gamma Sigma Sigma 

Kent State University Veterans 

Student Project of Today 

Volunteer Ambulance Association 



RECREATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 

Aikido Club 

Amateur Radio Club 

Fencing Club 

Figure Skating Club 

Flying Club 

Ice Hockey Club 

Judo Qub 

Karate Club 

Magic Theatre for Madmen Only 

Majorettes 

Parachute Qub 

Radio Club 

Rugby Football Qub 

Sailing Qub 

Scuba Club 

Sharks Club 

Ski Qub 

Women 's Recreation Association 



SOCIAL CLUBS 

Kent African Students Association 

Chinese Association 

International Relations Qub 

Kent State Indian Students Association 

Kent Internationals 

Lithuanian Student Association 

Mobobrious Pit 

Organization of Ukranian Students 



279 



sports 



Kent State University, Varsity sports statistics for 
1972-1973. The score for Kent team is listed in the 
left column, opponent is in the right column. 



SPRING 1972 



Baseball 





6 
9 
4 
4 
3 
I 

12 
4 
2 

19 
5 
7 
2 
2 
3 
7 

11 
5 
3 
5 
2 
1 
4 




North Carolina 
North Carolina 
Wake Forest 
West Liberty 
Oeveland State 
Ohio University 
Ohio University 
Ohio University 
Akron University 
West Liberty 
Marshall 
Oeveland State 
Bowling Green 
Bowling Green 
Bowling Green 
Eastern Michigan 
Toledo University 
Toledo University 
Toledo University 
Pittsburgh 
Miami University 
Akron University 
Eastern Michigan 
Western Michigan 
Western Michigan 
Western Michigan 



9 
4 
9 
3 
9 

12 

12 
4 

11 
3 
3 
3 
6 

10 
3 
4 



Golf 

413 Dayton 452 

413 Miami University 412 
413 Ohio University 411 
471 Oeveland State 485 
4 71 Yo ungsto wn 4 74 

471 Hiram 

19 Youngstown 9 

381 Ohio University 370 
381 Miami University 385 
1st of 13 - Wooster Invitational 
15th of 19 - Kepler Invitational 
9th - MAC Invitational 
1st of 9 - Bronco Invitational 
5th of 30 - Spartan Invitational 
2nd of 4 - Ashland Invitational 
2nd place - MA C Championships 



Tennis 







East Tennessee 


9 





Wingate 


9 


5 


Pfeiffer 


4 


8 


Wooster 


1 


2 


Bucknell 


7 


1 


Penn State 


8 


1 


Miami University 


8 


3 


Bowling Green 


6 


3 


Western Michigan 


6 


9 


Pittsburgh 





4 


Cincinnati 


5 


1 


Toledo University 


8 


1 


Ohio University 


8 


9 


Youngstown 





3rd place - MAC Champic 


mshii 


Track 






72 


Bowling Green 


91 


80 


Penn State 


74 


104 


Akron University 


49 


49 


Western Michigan 


123 


49 


Central Michigan 


28 



3rd place - MA C Championships 



FALL 1972 




Football 




13 


Akron University 


13 





Louisville 


34 


37 


Ohio University 


14 





San Diego State 


14 


12 


Western Michigan 


13 


14 


Bowling Green 


10 


26 


St. Xavier 


16 


7 


Northern Illinois 


28 


16 


Marshall 


14 


21 


Miami University 


10 


27 


Toledo University 


9 


Tangerine Bowl 




18 


Tampa 


21 


Soccer 




5 


Walsh College 


3 


4 


Bowling Green 


3 





Ohio University 


5 


2 


Western Michigan 





2 


Ohio State 





6 


Youngstown 


3 


2 


Oberlin 





3 


Toledo University 


2 





Akron University 


2 


3 


Miami University 


1 



280 



WINTER 1973 



Basketball 



63 
83 

64 
44 
55 
63 
78 
79 
58 
80 
83 
70 
64 
63 
56 
64 
72 
74 
69 
67 
67 
85 
66 
66 
75 



Marietta 
West Va. Tech 
Western Kentucky 
Columbia 
Penn State 
UNCC 
Clemson 
Canisius 
Fairfield 
Maryland 
Western Michigan 
Toledo University 
Central Michigan 
Bowling Green 
Cleveland State 
Miami University 
Ohio University 
Western Michigan 
Pittsburgh 
Toledo University 
Akron University 
Bowling Green 
Central Michigan 
Dayton 

Miami University 
Ohio University 



Swimming 



52 
68 
67 
73 
64 
77 
77 
72 
71 
68 
71 
69 
76 



Ohio State 
Miami University 
Eastern Michigan 
Western Michigan 
Toronto 
Waterloo 
Buffalo State 
Pittsburgh 
Ohio University 
Central Michigan 
Penn State 
Bowling Green 
Youngstown 
Kenyon 



36 

60 
71 
53 
49 
69 
70 
91 
91 
76 
77 
75 
71 
67 
59 
68 
74 
52 
68 
72 
75 
77 
84 
77 
75 
71 



61 
45 
46 
40 
49 
26 
26 
41 
42 
34 
42 
43 
35 
33 



1st place MAC Championships 



Wrestling 



2 
12 
16 
11 
19 

3 
11 
39 

3 
12 
11 
41 
15 
16 
13 



Penn State 
John Carroll 
Western Michigan 
Qeveland State 
Miami University 
Ohio University 
Pittsburgh 
Eastern Michigan 
Central Michigan 
Western Illinois 
Ashland 
Wayne State 
Bowling Green 
Akron University 
Toledo University 



38 
21 
21 
20 
18 
36 
32 
9 

30 
32 
24 
6 
21 
16 
25 



Gymnastics 

137.10 

127.80 

140.05 

129.05 

142.05 

142.05 

143.90 

137.50 

137.50 

139.90 

140.55 

140.55 

138.25 

142.60 

142.60 

147.15 

2nd place - 



Eastern Michigan 
Central Michigan 
East Stroudsburgh 
Towson State 
Cincinnati 
Miami University 
Ohio State 
Dupage 

Cuy. Com. Coll. 
Pittsburgh 
Cuy. Com. Col. 
Univ. of Chicago 
Slippery Rock 
Northern Michigan 
Bowling Green 
Western Michigan 
Lake Erie Meet 



Womens ' 

82.90 

86.95 

86.95 

82.75 

90.00 

90.00 

87.65 

87.89 

94.15 

94.15 

94.15 

90.42 

96.26 

96.26 



Team 

Central Michigan 
Youngstown 
Eastern Michigan 
Bowling Green 
Ohio State 
Youngstown 
Michigan State 
Slippery Rock 
Ohio State 
Penn State 
Miami University 
Bowling Green 
Pittsburgh 
Clarion State 



130.35 

95.45 

146.40 

110.35 

100.55 

82.85 

145.80 

113.30 

76.40 

87.70 

98.85 

84.35 

140.15 

126.85 

91.20 

142.45 



77,60 
63.50 
69.00 
57.65 
73.10 
68.60 
75.25 
86.26 
76.90 
74,60 
44.45 
69.44 
74.90 
97.28 






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Kathie Ashbaugh - Copywriter, production 

Jane Bernstein - Copywriter 

Leslie Burkhart - Layout, production 

Rich Cupp - Photographer 

Tom Hudson - Lab man, photographer 

Len Jendrey - Photographer 

Bob Jones 

Frank Kamm 

Nancy Lee - Copywriter, productionf Calendar) 

Doug Long 

Phil Long - Photographer 

Harry Lowe Jr. 

Rob Marks 

Craig Pulver - Photographer, special graphics 

Jack Radgowski 

Larry Roberts - Photographer 

Larry Rubenstein - Photographer 

Greg Santos - Photographer 

Barry Sullivan 

Bobbie Unger - Senior Pictures 

Dave Valachovic 

Maureen Wolfe - Office 

Jim Wolen 



These people have also contributed to the yearbook. 
Some are photographers, some helped with printing 
and production, and others helped out around the 
office. 

Dan Anderson 

Lee Ball 

Milan Bender 

Mike Burley 

Dennis Cipriany 

Sarah Crump 

Dan Ernst 

Bruce Ford - Cover artwork 

John Godt 

Mark Greenberg 

Mike Herbert 

Doug Kerner 

Bruno LaRusso 

Larry Loeb 

Steve Lysyj 

Tom McGrew 

Diana McNees 

Cliff Page 

Rick Paterson 

Dan Pastoric 

Mark Pyzdrowski 

Josie Radovic 

Richard Rudebock 

Jim Saelzler 

Bill Synk 

Steve Vannais 



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editorial 
board 

Editor, Jim Unger 
Business Manager, Tom Dalcolma 
Associate Editor, Jim Hudak 
Photo Editor, J. Ross Baughman 
Advisor, Charles Brill 

thank you 

to these people, who have in one way or another 
contributed to the success of this effort. 



Dick Bentley 

Mrs. Brown 

Ray Crawford 

ne DAIL Y KENT STA TER 

Delma Studios 

Sam Fields 

Gerry Schneider 

Whit Delaplain 

Bob Herz 

Jan, Judy, Louise 
Jane DiFloure 
Jim Fergus 
Edwin P. Fricke 
Warren Graves 
Robert Holies 
David Jenkins 
Richard Margolis 
Sharon Marquis 
Bill McMillan 
Greg Moore 
Paul Mosher 
Harry ODonnell 
Murvin Perry 
Tom Petit 
Mary Poidamoni 
Frank Ritzinger 
Nancy Saroka 
Larry Schwartz 
Dave Sisson 
Mary Smith 
Sports Information 
David Sullivan 
SPPC 

Stewart White 
George Zurave 



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production 
notes 



The 1973 Chestnut Burr is a photographic history of 
Kent State University, from March 1972, to March 
1973. 

The book contains 288 pages, 9x12 trim size. 

Paper is Champion Papers, Javelin, Dull Finish 180 lb., 
supplied by the Brewer-Chilcote Paper Company, 
Qeveland, Ohio. 

The two piece cover is produced by the Durand 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, Illinois. It is Navy 
colored Bradford Linen, BL-3467, and 129 Matte 
Finish-70 lb. Kraft Pyrcxylin Coated Foil. Art work 
is printed in black ink on a stamped field. 

All the photographs contained in the Chestnut Burr 
were taken by student photographers at Kent State 
University. Black and white and color photographs 
were printed in the Chestnut Burr dark rooms. 
Special color effects were designed by the editor and 
produced either by the yearbook staffer the printer. 

Copy used was prepaired by students in the Chestnut 
Burr office and includes headlines set in Cello-Tak, 
Transfer Type, 3226-L and 3226-C. Body copy is 
Press Roman, 11 pt. Bold Italic. Seniors names are 
Press Roman, 9 pt. Medium. 

Seniors were photographed by Delma Studios, New 
York, New York. 

A first run of 7,500 books was printed and bound by 
the Benson Printing Company, Nashville, Tennessee. 



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comment 



The 1970's are ushering in many changes for our 
lives. For a number of reasons, students are 
questioning the value or relevance of their college 
education. Men are no longer concerned about 
avoiding the draft and women have realized that there 
is more to college than finding a suitable mate. The 
college diploma is no longer a ticket to a secure job, 
with many graduates finding that they are 
over-educated or under-experienced to qualify for the 
job they want. 

College students are now finding it necessary to 
question the quality of their education as it relates to 
the "real world. " Many students are looking for 
knowledge they can find outside of the classroom. 
New activities are growing and some time-honored 
traditions are falling by the wayside. 

With these changes the style of the CHESTNUT 
BURR is also undergoing a metamorphosis. The 
traditional bound collection of "group portraits" is 
no longer with us. This year the CHESTNUT BURR 
has attempted to outline a chronological coverage of 
events which took place on the Kent State University 
campus during the last three quarters. 

Photographs provide most of the information in this 
book. Because the camera, when held by a 
photographer, provides for a restricted viewpoint, the 
photographs should not be considered to show 
"everything" that has happened. This yearbook 
provides a grouping of many events which were 
important in the past year of Kent's history. In 
addition to photographs, a Calendar of the past three 
quarters events is included, for reference now and in 
future years. 

When paging through these photographs remember 
the activities of your college years on the KSU 
campus, and if you can, think of yourself as an 
individual in a city of twenty -thousand. 



James Unger 
Editor, March, 1973 



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